I just wanted to say a big thank you to the guys today. We have had
a few bits land on us last minute and they have been accommodating
to all the changes and calls etc.
Do you have lighting in your building that could do with upgrading or the quality of the light could be improved, but thought it would prove too costly and so haven’t taken the idea any further? Maybe it’s time to rethink.
We were recently contacted by Mitie, the Maintenance Service Provider in Luton, and asked if we could take a look at the lighting in the Sports Facility at Lealands High School. The main corridor of the sports arena was fitted with traditional 28 Watt 2D round fittings and the light quality was poor. Working closely with Orbik Lighting, we proposed LED as an alternative option. Including emergency variants, there are 12 light fittings in the corridor. Cautious about changing all of the fittings to LED, we suggested fitting just one light initially, so that the client could see if there were any improvements compared to the existing lighting.
Installing the sample fitting just before the school holidays gave the staff time to see just what an effect the new light had. Mitie and Lealands were so impressed with the outcome that we were commissioned to replace all 12 fittings with the new Orbik LED versions.
Since commissioning the lighting in the sports arena, we were also asked to replace the recessed ceiling light fittings with LED light panels. Once again, we supplied and fitted a sample for comparison and are pleased to say that we are now in the process of replacing all of the fittings with new LED light panels.
Quite often a client will ask for a quote to replace their lighting with the latest energy efficient version but are put off by the costs involved, especially if they’re not sure if the new light fittings will make much of an improvement. By trialling an initial sample, stakeholders get the opportunity to see what the results could be before committing. So, if you are thinking of switching to energy efficient LED lighting and would like to ‘try before you buy’, why not get in touch?