Switch on to LED in your warehouse

When it comes to warehouse lighting, it is important to choose the right fittings in the right locations.  Ensuring that the lighting is sufficient for workers is essential for their health and safety, and when is it just right, workers feel energised and productivity improves.

If you have a commercial warehouse, the chances are at least 40-50% of your energy bill is for lighting costs.

Lighting ideas for retail shops in Nottingham and Derby

So you’ve changed the flooring, arranged the furniture and put up the shelving.  Your customers look up and recognise your name and logo and they stop to look in the window as they pass by … but they’re still passing by. 

No Smoke Without Fire – Not!

After the warmest Christmas ever (it didn’t even feel like Christmas!!) the temperature has quickly dropped and I find myself ‘de-icing’ the car every two minutes. But… There’s something more important than scraping ice that I wanted to tell you. You see, I’ve been installing lots of fire places recently. Not your normal fireplace, as that’s not really my bag, but an electric fireplace. And before you disregard this idea as an 80’s thing to do, there are some really nice ones to be installed. They come with many advantages. They’re cheap to run.

How to stop lightbulbs breaking.

How are things? I hope you’re well and you haven’t had any trouble with your electricity recently, as that’s always the best way to be!

I have a couple of tidbits here that are going to reduce the amount you swear because a lightbulb has just blown. Because they always blow after you’ve installed a new one, don’t they! (There’s actually no scientific reason for this. I think they call it sod’s law...)