Universities, museums and monuments all look good when illuminated, sports centres, businesses and houses can also benefit from flood lights. It can be very important for businesses owners, organizations and homeowners that live in large houses. It can help to keep properties safe from burglars and vandals. It will also enhance the features of a building as well as provide essential amenity lighting. Floodlighting is economical to run especially when used in conjunction with PIRs and photocells. One light fitting can illuminate a large area, even though the wattage of some lamps are surprisingly low. (continued below)
At night it is common to see flood fittings illuminating large buildings in towns and cities. Floodlighting can also light up large areas of car parking, playing fields, gardens and other open spaces. Flood lights are very versatile, they can be wall mounted, floor mounted or mounted on posts. They have flexibility through adjustable fixing brackets that enable them to be pointed in any direction. Whatever the building or the landscape, they will help improve the surroundings.
In our range there are tungsten halogen which are the older type of lights, and the compact fluorescent energy saving floodlights that are now very popular. The metal halide, son and mercury floodlighting options also have there place. Each one will have specific advantages over the other depending on the application. Often different effects are required for different locations. One of the ways of achieving this is by careful selection of the size of the light fittings. The lamp colour can also play an important part in the desired results. By careful combination of the two the correct effect can easily be achieved.