Lighting Control Systems, Supply, installation & Maintenance
We work with all aspects of lighting, from design and control to low energy (including fluorescent and LED) and emergency lighting. Whether your project is for your home, your office or a demanding public space such as a conference or entertainment venue or a listed building, we will work with you to find your ideal lighting solution.
Lighting can make a real difference to the look and feel of a space. You can use it to create an impression that is strikingly dramatic, or warm and welcoming – and even switch between the two in an instant, if you choose.
In recent years, developments in lighting technology have opened up a world of affordable new possibilities. Moving beyond the limiting choice between a traditional tungsten light bulb or a simple fluorescent tube we are entering a bright new world of halogen, LEDs, and innovative ways to make better use of natural daylight.
Supply, Installation & Maintenance of Light Controls
Lighting Control Systems
- Energy saving
- Creating optimum work environments
Every scenario is different however and there are many different solutions available to meet your needs. Lets look at some of the scenarios and the different aspects in more detail
Integrated Lighting Design
We take the time to work with you and your team to help define which approach is best for you for each part of your project or indeed provide both where spaces require it. Lets look at the two approaches in more detail.
Approaches between lighting designers vary – some focus on the artistic side of lighting and others the more scientific area of light level calculations. We realize that actually both play an important role in modern buildings.
Emergency Lighting Systems
Emergency lighting is a statutory requirement in buildings used by the public. Whilst the requirements are set out in BS 5266-1 the implementations can vary. Ultimately the goal of emergency lighting is to provide adequate lighting and emergency exit illumination in the even of a fire resulting in a power cut.
Increasingly however many people are installing a small amount of emergency luminaries in the home at key points in case of power cuts.
Meeting emergency lighting requirements has often been achieved by simply adding some dedicated luminaries to a room. Whilst this is the most appropriate solution for some installations, there can be more to consider.