We had to make it so that the shop staff could easily and safely change the light fittings when next seasons stock came in or certain lights sold.
This chandelier installation project involved removing an old pendant and installing a chandelier with huge sentimental value.
This project contained around 20 low energy downlights, under cupboard and in cupboard lighting, numerous double sockets and a large switched fused grid.
This home refurbishment involved complete removal of all existing electrics and starting completely fresh. The whole house was completely refurbished.
This garden project involved installing a large number of lights on wooden buildings, in decking, in a pond and in a rockery just in time for summer!
This garden lighting project was a completely new install with numerous different types of lights and a water feature to install.
The idea behind this garden upgrade was to give a nice, subtle light that would bring out the features of the trees and plants without dazzling you.
Feature lighting was required during a new driveway installation. The idea was to light up the entrance to the driveway so that everyone pulling on and off the driveway could see better.
This project involved getting a supply from the house across a walkway and into a shed without digging up the pathway, causing a trip hazard, making an eyesore or making it difficult to carry things through the side gate.