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Why emergency lighting is a must for any commercial business

Why emergency lighting is a must for any commercial business

A legal requirement for commercial premises that have staff working on-site, emergency lighting is often overlooked as a 'nice to have' element of any factory, warehouse, hotel or retail space. However, as an employer, you are...

22nd November, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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Exposed filament light bulbs making a comeback in 2020

Exposed filament light bulbs making a comeback in 2020

With recent changing of the law that banned old-fashioned electric light bulbs from being be sold in Britain and the rest of the EU, many people feel that they are stuck with the contemporary look of LED light bulbs in order to...

15th November, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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How to use table lamps to create the right atmosphere in your home

How to use table lamps to create the right atmosphere in your home

Table lamps are a highly decorative and useful light source that can be used in almost any room in the house, but how and where you choose to use them around your home can have a big impact on the atmosphere you...

8th November, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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Looking to protect your applications from the elements? GeWiss has the answer!

Looking to protect your applications from the elements? GeWiss has the answer!

With the wet and wintery weather lurking just around the corner, keeping those lighting applications safe and secure from the ingress of water and dust is a must if you want to enjoy excellent levels of illumination. A leading brand, GeWiss has created a full range of systems to guarantee the...

1st November, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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What will Brexit mean for UK energy prices?

What will Brexit mean for UK energy prices?

A reliance on European power has got many homeowners worried that their energy bills are going to see a significant increase in the cost of lighting and heating their homes should the UK leave the EU with...

25th October, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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New autumn lighting collections ideal for creating a cosy glow

New autumn lighting collections ideal for creating a cosy glow

Autumn is a colourful time of the year outdoors, but if you want to try and replicate some of the warm tones you see displayed on the trees outside for the interior of your home, take a peek at a few of our new autumnal collections that...

18th October, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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Getting hot under the collar at work? Here are a few legal rules on working in hot weather

Getting hot under the collar at work? Here are a few legal rules on working in hot weather

Currently, the UK doesn't have a maximum temperature limit where employees can 'down tools' and head home to cool offer. However, TUC is campaigning for an introduction of an upper limit on workplace temperature so that employers would be forced to...

9th August, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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How dangerous is the common housefly?

How dangerous is the common housefly?

Flies of any kind are bad enough in our homes, but for those that operate commercial kitchens and food preparation businesses, they are a real danger to the health and...

2nd August, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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3 ways to use outdoor string lights for your next outdoor event

3 ways to use outdoor string lights for your next outdoor event

In this article, we’ll discuss three outdoor events where string lights can offer stylish illumination and suggest the best products to help you get...

30th July, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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Top tips for keeping pets and kids cool this summer

Top tips for keeping pets and kids cool this summer

Having to carry on with the usual daily tasks feels even more difficult when temperatures start to soar, but it's usually our pets and children that suffer the most when the mercury begins to rise. Dehydration, heat stroke and heat exhaustion are a...

26th July, 2019
Written By Daniel Shakles

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