As the nights draw in, the clocks go back, Halloween is fast approaching …..
Is it time to talk lighting?
As a business is it time to assess the needs of the company and welfare of staff….
- Are your carpark areas dark?
- Is your security lighting sufficient?
- Do you need floodlights in larger areas to make staff feel safe?
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Are your staff at risk operating with inadequate lighting?
Purpose lighting for both businesses and domestic customers are important. It helps with wellbeing, increases productivity, boosts morale and makes employees feel safe when arriving and leaving work.
There are many lighting choices that can be made to assist with the darker mornings and evenings, good quality lighting can make a good impression on arrival, assist with security and help prevent Health and Safety issues.
As the evenings drawn in or after a long day at work, arriving home to well-lit area can make all the difference.
We have many satisfied clients who have instructed GF Electrical to assist with their lighting requirements:
Stewarts Garden Centre, not only has a large car park but also an outside area displaying their goods where it is essential for them that they provide adequate light. This way they can continue sales through the winter months, their products fully visible to the consumer.
Our expert team are here to advise and help with solutions for both business and domestic clientele.
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