Bright Ideas

Introducing Lighting Design & Energy Efficiency Services

For over 20 years, the Lightbulb Co. has been helping businesses in many industries use lighting design to create beautifully illuminated functional spaces. Now, we are pleased to announce that we are launching a brand new section of our website dedicated to assisting you with your business’s lighting design needs.

Here’s what you need to know about our Lighting Design and Energy Efficiency Services.

Lighting Design Services

Do you need help planning an efficient and effective lighting design for your office or retail store? Our experts can advise you on the latest trends, such as pendant lamps or exposed filament bulbs, and help figure out what works best for your business. And we only use branded bulbs, so you can be assured that quality is of utmost importance to us.

Energy Efficiency Services

Most commercial buildings waste an average of 30% of the energy they use. Reducing your business’s energy consumption will significantly lower your carbon footprint and your business’s operating costs, and one of the easiest ways to do this is to upgrade your lighting and integrate smart lighting solutions.

The Lightbulb Co. provides consultancy services to new and existing businesses, as well as future projects, in order to help them increase savings every step of the way, from calculating energy savings and designing the perfect lighting scheme to providing branded lamps at the most competitive rates.

To help you create an efficient lighting design, we will also guide your business through UK legislation, tax incentives, and funding options made available through the Carbon Trust, Salix Finance Funding, and ECA Scheme.

An Expert in LEDs

Thanks to their long lifespan, lower energy use, and reduced maintenance costs, upgrading to LED lights is one of the most effective ways to reduce your business’s energy use. Many businesses see payback on their initial investment within a few months, especially in areas where lighting is used 24 hours a day, such as data centres, laboratories, and production plants.

We can also advise on other ways to reduce your energy consumption, such as:

  • Smart lighting technology, including smart dimmers and occupancy sensors to detect motion
  • Lights that adjust and illuminate to allow lighting to be in use only when it’s needed

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