Warehouse lighting in the North East
We’re very pleased with the results of a recent warehouse lighting project for our clients in the North East. The team worked hard to deliver outstanding results. 
 
Grove Engineering Services in Corby created bespoke swing arm brackets ideal for our LED floodlights. They are now illuminating the darkest corners of containers during loading. 
We also installed PIR-controlled lighting at the front entrance of the building. Staff and visitors accessing the building after dark now have a safer environment that’s easy to navigate. 
 

Security lighting for warehouses 

Keeping your staff, visitors and property safe and secure is always a key concern for any commercial premises. Well designed and installed security lighting can help you achieve this. Here are some of the top benefits: 
 
Deterrent. Keeping your warehouse well-lit at night a good way to deter criminals. It’s very effective when you have motion sensitive security lighting. Your lights will turn on the moment movement is detected. 
 
If you’re concerned about crime you might also consider combining your security lighting with CCTV cameras. 
Security lighting in warehouses is a good deterrent.
Motion sensor lighting at warehouses keeps staff and visitors safe,
Working safely. Security lighting also allows your team to work safely in the winter months and if you operate around the clock. It’s important both inside and outside. Good lighting helps prevent accidents and injuries due to trips or falls. Your employees will feel safer working outside after dark too. 
 
Saving money. Energy efficient LED lighting is efficient so it needn’t be expensive to run. If you’re replacing existing lighting you’ll find it’s brighter and cost-effective too. It could pay for itself in just a few months. 
 
Well-designed lighting provides illumination where you need it and also minimises light pollution. Combined with motion sensor detectors you’ll have the right light levels when you need it. 
Please get in touch to discuss your warehouse lighting requirements. 
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