LED lighting for offices is incredibly important.
With office workers sitting at their desks for long periods of time and quite often looking at screens, correct light levels can make a huge difference.
We often find that even when LED lighting for offices is present, it uses the wrong type of LED. The main reason for this is most office LED Installations are not part of an energy-saving solution and the scheme has not been installed by a specialist LED company.
If your LED panels or light fittings have a blue colouring, then you could be using the wrong type of LED lighting for your office.
All office lighting must a Unified Glare Rating (UGR) of less than <19. This is the amount of glare from the lights and installation. This is why all LED lights from Procure Direct have a UGR value of <19. Our brand new INVO Ultra UGR has a staggering low UGR of <12. This means it is the most perfect LED panel light to use within an office environment. Click here to view the INVO Ultra UGR Panel
We begin by completing a free site audit, looking at all of your lighting.
By auditing every single light fitting, measuring every single room and recording current light levels, we can calculate your energy usage and annual expenditure.
We then develop a LED lighting scheme for your office and show you how much it will save you. We also calculate the payback period, which is typically around three years.
Our range of solar powered LED lights comprise of the very latest technology in both LED chips and Solar PV. By using optimised LED and PV cells in our lights we are able to supply commercial LED lighting solutions that will stay lit during the UK winter months.
Easy to install and incredibly efficient, solar powered lighting offers the perfect solution where mains powered lighting isn’t suitable or is just too costly to install.
Procure Direct Ltd was established in 2005 to provide high quality LED products at market-beating prices.
Based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, we have clients all across the UK. We have worked with organisations such as Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire Police Force, Metsawood, NPower, Mitie, Kier and Heron Foods to name just a few.