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Advance House

West Street
West Yorkshire

Tel: 01274 636666

Fax: 01274 773566


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Lighting is one of the most powerful tools in interior design and effective lighting in the home or business can transform an ordinary room to something spectacular.

Whether it’s a city centre night club, bar, romantic restaurant, workplace or showroom, kitchen, living space, bedroom, bathroom or conservatory it is important to use the right lighting to add that special touch and makes your home or business stand out from the rest.

We can also deliver high quality lighting designs with long-life performance and associated energy and cost saving benefits. We will utilisze our knowledge and experience of the characteristics of low energy light sources, the levels of visual amenity required for different applications and the importance of operational control and maintenance to provide you with the optimum solution to your requirements whatever they may be.

We utilisze a vast range of external security lighting options which we will tailor to fit your specific needs and budget. Security lights are one of the most practical and effective ways to prevent crime in or around your home or work place. In fact, statistics show that efficient security lighting is a very effective deterrent to both thieves and vandals. This is because a security lighting system exposes the criminal, making them feel vulnerable and insecure. Homeowners can benefit from a lighting security system that can detect and recognisze movement in an otherwise overlooked and dark surrounding. Downward directed and shielded security lighting of medium intensity provides the best vision for outdoor lighting. In addition to the position of the security lights, controlling the glare is a major consideration. This is crucial because homeowners who can see the criminal can possibly provide authorities with descriptions, information, adequate CCTV footage and other valuable clues.

Emergency Lighting:

Emergency lighting is used for the illumination of areas when the standard lighting fails., The emergency lighting should provide the minimum lux levels to enable people of all ages to exit the area/building safely. The main areas to cover are:


  Stairways/change of level
  Final exits
  Alarm areas


  Toilets (over 8m²)

  Control rooms
  Hazardous areas

Opens areas either with a particular hazard, larger than 60m² or with an escape route passing through.

All Employers, Landlords or Occupiers have a duty under the "Fire Precaution (Workplace) Regulations 1999" to carry out a risk assessment to ensure their premises and activities are able to facilitate safe escape in the event of an emergency.

We carry out one off services to full design, install and commission projects. If you are unsure of your needs simply give us a call and we can help.


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