The guide also references studies which show that retail lighting accounts for around 35% of all energy used for lighting in the entire service sector.
(PRWEB UK) 28 August 2013
It has been reported in Luxmagazine.co.uk that the guide, which assesses current practice and offers advice on attracting customers and making savings, suggests that using LED lighting in retail stores will help businesses to increase sales. It reveals that the majority of retailers use traditional lighting systems but explains that using LEDs and ceramic metal halide lamps instead of halogen and fluorescent lights would increase energy efficient as well as allow more creative lighting effects. The guide also references studies which show that retail lighting accounts for around 35% of all energy used for lighting in the entire service sector.
Renowned for their commercial LED lighting, the experts at Visible Lighting provide a wide variety of reliable and energy efficient products for the home and business. Pursuing industry updates closely, the team were naturally interested in the guide, prompting a representative to reflect on the impact lighting can have on the retail sector.
“Creating the right look and atmosphere is crucial to the success of any shop and lighting is responsible for much of this. Not only do LEDs provide a cleaner, brighter source of light, they are also more versatile allowing you to experiment with accent lighting. Those looking to buy commercial LED bulbs online, such as LED panel lights will also benefit from significant savings on their energy bills.”
Visible Lighting was established with a view to providing high quality lighting at affordable prices. Supplying a multitude of energy saving products, the company specialises in LED lighting including affordable LED strip lights, LED ceiling and wall lights, LED flood lights as well as commercial LED lighting. All products take advantage of the latest technology, providing customers with the best value for money. Visible Lighting places customer service as its top priority, regularly expanding its product lines.