LED Light Installers
Are you looking for a LED light installer? Here at EIS we have been installing LED lighting systems for many years. With a vast amount of experience, our LED light installers have worked in a range of different commercial environments. From warehouses, offices to music studios, we’ve been exposed to a variety of requirements. We offer a prompt installation service that is both hassle free and tailored to your business hours. As a result, you can expect a service that has minimal disruptions to your business and your staff. All Engineers provided by Electrical Installation Services (EIS) obtain the necessary expertise and qualifications to complete your installation in a safe and complaint manner.
LED Light Survey
Following your enquiry and a brief discussion with our sales team, a LED light installer from EIS will visit you on site to discuss your requirements and conduct a site survey. Before the site visit our team may request building documentation such as, floor plans, schematics, and scope of works.
The purpose of the site visit is to:
highlight and discuss any issues you may have with you current lighting system. Consequently, this will allow us to determine which type of LED solution would be most beneficial for your business.
On the site visit our engineers will walk around the site with you. During this time the engineer will take notes on light placement, distribution board location, equipment needed to gain access to certain areas.
Equally important, the LED installer will take notes about your existing lighting. This may include information such as, energy usage, Scalability of the system and maintenance cost. Furthermore, our installers can offer advice on your current LUX levels in comparison with the HSE guidelines.
Lastly, non-standard requirement such music studio or laboratory will be covered in the same manner as the above. However, these areas require special attention. For example, in a music studio a sudden voltage spike has harmonics that can be picked up in audio gear. For this reason, these specifications are handled with additional care & attention.
On average our site surveys last between 30 minutes to an hour. However, the duration can change depending on the project size.
LED Light Installation
Following the site survey, all retained information will be taken into consideration and converted into a quote. We generally ask our clients to allow 48hours before they receive a quotation. However, this is only a guidance, we’re able to accommodate for urgent requirements.
We recognise that not all businesses have the flexibility to stop operations during working hours. As a result, we offer out of hours and weekend quotes. This allows you carry out your daily tasks without any interruptions.
Post quote acceptance, arrangement will be made to proceed with the installation. Our team of LED light installers will carry out the installation at the most productive time for your business. All material and required equipment will be pre-arranged to arrive on site prior to the installation. Therefore, minimising delays caused by lack of equipment.
All EIS LED light installers are fully insured to minimum cover of £5 Million Public Liability. In addition, our team is fully qualified and trained to carry out installations of electrical apparatus and work to the latest IEEE Standards.
LED Light completion & Aftercare
Following the installation. All lights and sensors are checked and tested by our LED light installers; the test will include a site walk through, completion certificate and any compulsory electrical certification is passed onto the management team. Furthermore, the document handover will include light specification and product guarantee.
AT EIS we value lasting relationships with our clients, for this reason we offer aftercare, maintenance, and advice on maintaining your newly installed LED light system. In the unlikely event that our work is causing you problems, your enquiry will be prioritised and resolved in a timely manner.
What are LED Lights?
LED lights are a type of lighting that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to produce light. As a result, they are much more energy-efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs and can last for many years. LED lights are often used in applications where energy efficiency is a priority, such as in home and office lighting, transportation, and signage.
These lights are available in a variety of colours, including white, and can be used to create different lighting effects. LED lights are often used in decorative lighting applications such as string lights and holiday lights. They are also used in task lighting, floodlights, and streetlights.
LED Lights for commercial building
Commercial buildings are increasingly using LED lights for a variety of reasons. LEDs are more energy-efficient than traditional lighting, so they can help reduce energy costs. LED lights also last longer than incandescent bulbs, so they need to be replaced less often. In addition, LED lights emit very little heat, so they can be used in areas where heat is a concern.
If you are considering switching to LED lights, it is important to compare the cost of LEDs with the cost of traditional bulbs. LEDs are more expensive upfront, but they will last much longer and use less energy, so they will save you money in the long run.
Advantages & Disadvantages
LED lights offer many benefits over traditional incandescent bulbs. They are much more energy-efficient, which can help save money on energy bills.
Lifespan, LED lights also last much longer than incandescent bulbs, so they need to be replaced less often.
LED lights are also much cooler than incandescent bulbs, so they can be used in applications where heat is a concern. Additionally, they’re more durable and resistant to breakage than traditional bulbs.
LED’s can be more expensive than traditional incandescent bulbs, although the initial cost is offset by the long life and energy efficiency of LEDs.
These lights can also flicker more than traditional bulbs. This is most noticeable when LED lights are used in dimmer switches. Some people also find that LED lights produce a harsher, brighter light than incandescent bulbs.