We offer a full lighting service from repairs or an install of a single fitting to complete lighting design install package.
Repair process and costing
An engineer will arrive to assess the issue free of charge. If the problem can be rectified there and then, a quote will be given on the spot and if the quote is accepted repair will be carried on the same day. For any faults that cannot be repaired on the spot, a detailed quote will be sent.
Installation process and costing
Planning is the key to a successful light installation and we need to be involved in process as early as possible in order to provide the best possible advice. Be it lighting for your new kitchen, bathroom or stairs, early input will help facilitate cost efficient solutions.
10 tips to help you plan your lighting
1. Consider ceiling height. Knowing your ceiling height is important when selecting hanging light fixtures. Some lights come with adjustable cables or rods, but others don’t. Don’t get stuck with a light that hangs too low or too high.
As a rule of thumb, the bottom of a light should hang about 12 to 20 inches below a standard 8-foot ceiling. For each additional foot of ceiling height, add 3 inches.
2. Table hopping. When hanging a light over a table or a kitchen island, 28 to 34 inches is the recommended distance from the bottom of the light to the surface of the table or island. However, the size of the light makes a difference. In general, a smaller light can be moved lower and a larger light can be moved higher.
3. Plan it out. Consider your lighting preferences during the initial design phase of a new build or renovation. For example, if you want three pendant lights over your dining table instead of one or two, that should be taken into account before construction starts.
4. Get your swag on. If you are adding new pendant lighting but don’t want to deal with the expense or hassle of changing your home’s electrical setup, cord swags can be a stylish solution. Swag them loosely over a bar or a hook, as seen in this kitchen, or secure the cord tight to the ceiling for an industrial look.
5. Turn it up. Don’t limit lighting to downlights. Depending on the location, consider wall sconces or uplighting to create a softer ambiance and avoid potentially harsh downlighting that can cast ominous shadows.
6. Know your glow. The light fixture should not be your only consideration — the type of lightbulb is equally important. Halogen, compact fluorescent and LED bulbs come in a range of warm or cool hues. Much like the color of your walls, the type of glow you want is mostly a personal decision.
7. Light up those stairs. Adding lights to stair risers is beneficial since it can be hazardous negotiating stairs, especially at night. Staircases are often enclosed, so light them from the sides or embed lights in the risers as a design element.
8. Toe-kick lighting. Don’t think that adding lights to your toe-kicks is a frivolous, aesthetics-only decision. Strip lighting at the underside of base cabinets is a great way to create a night light that looks fabulous.
9. Don’t shy away from color. Putting a light fixture in a bright hue in an otherwise simple room can add some fun and interest to the space. Colored shades can work wonders, especially when the light is turned on.
10. Be decorative. Adding lights as decorative elements helps set a mood in a space. Provided that general lighting is already installed, using lights instead of wall art can be a decorative way to provide ambient lighting.