Tamlite’s modern, efficient lighting for working environments is about more than seeing the task in front of us; it’s about staff wellbeing. Research shows that the benefits to business of a well-lit working space are significant. Step-change improvements to comfort, communication, mood, health, safety and aesthetics are coupled with improvements in productivity and task performance. What’s more, the right lighting solutions offer an attractive way to reduce both energy consumption and maintenance burden across your premises.
Lighting and workplace health go hand in hand. Well-designed lighting can aid concentration, boost staff morale, improve energy levels and reduce fatigue and headaches. In combination with a plentiful supply of fresh air and effective ventilation, good lighting ensures an effective, healthy and productive office environment.
The comfortable, glare-free light required for offices is now available from LED technology. LED systems with the capability to combine good light quality with low energy consumption and long lifespans, make a compelling proposition for circulation areas. Particularly if these systems come with options for recessed, suspended or surface mounting to suit individual applications.
Lighting in a reception area plays an important role for making staff and visitors welcome, aiding the transition from outside to inside the heart of the building itself. Well-designed and specified lighting 'sets the scene' and helps to create the right first impression.
Communal areas, with their irregular usage and occupancy levels, need to incorporate lighting with options for dimming, daylight detection and presence control, as well as emergency lighting. LED lighting provides the versatility needed for these areas.
Kitchen areas, in common with communal areas, experience irregular usage and occupancy levels. There is therefore the need to incorporate lighting with options for dimming, daylight detection and presence control, as well as emergency lighting. LED lighting provides the versatility and control required.
Lighting consideration for toilet facilities varies greatly depending on occupancy levels. Smaller premises with fewer staff could benefit from a presence detector, however in larger premises, toilets are likely to be one of the areas that are illuminated throughout the day. Switching to LEDs with a wider beam, saves energy, reduces maintenance costs compared to halogen or florescent lamps and gives a better looking result.
Offices and workspace lighting must satisfy a variety of needs, and technology choices should be carefully considered. Yet, armed with the right knowledge, it is possible to make the right choices that will net real business benefits. Whether you are an estates director, a property and maintenance manager or an FM, our workspace lighting experts can assist you at every stage of your lighting specification process: from product selection to advice on how to build a board-level business case for your lighting upgrade.