Thursday, 29 September 2011

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Friday, 16 September 2011

Kitchen Cabinet Lighting

Poor light can affect our eyesight, especially if we are reading or focussing our eyes on detail. Because of this it is vital to have adequate lighting in all of the rooms your home especially the rooms you use to work in. Kitchens should always be well lit as trying to clean surfaces wash the dishes or prepare food in an inadequately lit kitchen is no fun at all! But not only is it unpleasant to work in a dingy kitchen, it is not very hygienic as it is easy to miss dirt when cleaning surfaces and the floor, or even when washing up.

Most modern kitchens have overhanging wall cupboards above the worktops. These are very practical and excellent for storing items, they do contribute towards creating shadowy areas on the worktops. The easiest way to fix this problem is to install kitchen and cabinet lighting in your kitchen. Small sized bright lights are fitted to the underneath of yoy kitchen wall cabinets making the area underneath them nice and bright and perfect for any kind of food perpetration or cleaning.

Kitchen Cabinet lights come in a number of designs and sizes. You can pick from spotlights which can be angles to shine a light on a certain area, or long fixed bulbs which fit just under the cupboards. LED lights are becoming more and more popular in kitchens as these use minimal energy but still give bright light. Spotlights can be fitted into the underneath of cupboards so that they lie almost flat. And LED tape lights are a very popular choice of lighting as they can be used inside cupboards as well as on the underneath of cupboards.

It is very important to find Cabinet lighting that is specially designed for use on kitchencabinets. You can find a range of kitchen cabinet lighting from stockists such as Light Solutions. Light Solutions stocks a large range of kitchen cabinet lighting including High Power Cabinet LED surface lights which use little energy and are long lasting. High Power Cabinet LED recess lights are fitted into the cabinet surface so they lie flat. LED squares and high power lights are small yet give a sufficient amount of light.

Not only do kitchen lights have practical benefits, they can create a modern and stylish ambience in any kitchen and really finish off a newly fitted room. Fitting out your kitchen with Kitchen Cabinet lighting will make sure you always have a bright enough area in which to cook, clean and eat.

Monday, 12 September 2011

LED lighting

LED lighting has been accurately described as ‘the next generation of lighting’ as a result of the many benefits of using this means of lighting.
Because the kitchen plays such a central role in the everyday lives of many people nowadays, the kitchen is often one of the first rooms to be redecorated or renovated following moving into a premises. A suitable choice of lighting can be a perfect finishing touch to a kitchen that has recently undergone refurbishment to provide a unique and personal finish to the overall aesthetic of the room. However, choosing attractive kitchen lights does not automatically mean that you have to compromise on practicality as there is a wide range of kitchen lights available for all possible purposes, such as under- and in-cabinet as well as in-drawer lighting and overhead lighting. Each of these types of kitchen lights are available in a variety of forms such as linear fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent lights and Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting.
The use of linear fluorescent kitchen lights has several advantages, whether in the form of strips for the underside of cabinets or as a fluorescent rack for cooking utensils. These advantages include being very cost efficient, having a brilliant colour rendering and also that they are available in a wide range of lengths and wattages. Another form of kitchen lighting that are great value for money are Compact fluorescent lights as they are cheaper that LED lighting, and the fact that they are longer lasting means that long-term maintenance costs are reduced.
LED lighting has been accurately described as ‘the next generation of lighting’ as a result of the many benefits of using this means of lighting. The advantages of using LED lights include the fact that they are available in a veritable spectrum of colours and have a life expectancy four hundred percent higher than that for fluorescent lights and twenty times that of halogen lights. This also makes them highly suitable for use as garden lighting. Recent advances in LED technology has also resulted in improved energy efficiency when compared to other types of lighting. These technological advances have resulted in energy savings of 60% compared to compact fluorescent lights and an incredible 90% compared with halogen lighting.
LED kitchen lights are available in a variety of forms to meet any possible need, from ‘button lights’ (available in white, blue and green), to strip lights and even self-adhesive, colour-changing LED tape. However, High Power LED Delta kitchen lights remain a firm favourite with kitchen fitters due to its ease of installation.

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Our Social Networking

Using the social networking sites, Facebook and Twitter, has allowed me to become a resource for others through providing a platform for me to refer and recommend my furniture lighting products and kitchen cabinet lighting services. The regularly updated contents provide an ongoing view of my company online, which is important in enhancing the social aspect of my company, which brings out an emotional connectivity between my customers and me. On top of this, using social networking sites has made the global market more accessible, and made it easier to share information and ideas with similar businesses. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for latest updates!