LED Lighting Solutions

For businesses across the North East, cutting costs and saving energy are huge priorities. Everyday more and more businesses are making the decision to upgrade to LED lighting in County Durham. By transferring to LED lighting, you will use at least 75% less energy and your lighting will last up to 25 times longer than traditional lighting methods. Through replacing your old less efficient lighting with LED provides and extensive range of benefits and it will help your business become greener. Making the switch to LED lighting in the North East can also keep your business in line with regulations and standards.

Traditional lighting schemes generally use between 60% and 95% more energy which makes bulbs hotter and much more dangerous. When LED lighting is installed, the bulbs do not heat up as much and are much safer to have installed.

LED bulbs are much more energy efficient; they last longer, you are likely to see savings on your bills and they require a lot less electricity to power than traditional bulb. The initial price is tailored to your business and in the long term you will see a much larger saving. LED is the overall safest option for businesses. If you are interested in upgrading from fluorescent to LED lighting in County Durham, speak to the Harvey Electrical Services team today.

At Harvey Electrical Services our team will happily arrange a FREE LED lighting survey for any business that is interested in LED lighting. We have a team of LED lighting experts in County Durham who can visit your businesses premises, talk you through all of the options that are available and answer any questions you may have.

As well as being part P registered with NAPIT, all of the parts and labour we provide come with a full 12 months guarantee.

So, if you are looking for bright modern LED lighting for your home or business in the North East and Newcastle area please get in touch or use our survey to receive a free quote today.

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