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  • How to Change a Lightbulb

    According to research, one in 20 British people do not know how to change on lightbulb.

    The above figure equates to 1.95 million people. That's nearly 2 million people in Britain that cannot change a lightbulb.

    One in 20 homeowners admit they are too embarrassed to call out a tradesperson to deal with a problem they felt was something they should be able to do themselves.

    Simply LED is here to help:

    First: turn the power off

    Then: allow the bulb to cool for a while

    Then: remove the bulb by either:

    For a Bayonet Mount grab the bulb, push it up gently and turn it anticlockwise until it comes out the socket

    For a Screw Fitting you literally unscrew it, anticlockwise until it comes out the socket

    Then: insert the new bulb into the socket and turn it clockwise until it won't twist anymore.

    For more information on handling lightbulbs visit: Bulb Safety and Disposal

    If you need more information contact: 0845 459 8010

  • Safety and Security

    As you will of heard, some council’s decisions to turn off street lights have left residents feeling unsafe and vulnerable. People believe that darkness causes an increase in crime, and an unlit street can pose danger. The same can be said for an unlit house. If your house is completely in the dark it can be unsettling to think that your house could be a target for crime. Vandalism could occur without you even realising it. Continue reading

  • Gloucestershire Could Save Millions with LEDs

    Gloucestershire Council is expected to make millions through LED street lighting.

    A discussion has begun on whether the council should convert to LED streetlights. The council may be bringing into action a 12 year, £32 million contract which covers LED lighting and maintenance.

    Investment in LED lighting was approved as part of the Council Budget for 2014/15 through to 2017/18 in February. LEDs use less than half the energy of the original sodium lights.

    By switching to LED streetlights the council hopes to save about £17 million over the next 25 years.

    This will also help the council meet it's carbon reduction target because of the low energy.

    Cabinet member for Highways and Flood, Councillor Vernon Smith, said: "LED lighting is a modern, energy efficient system with many benefits. It will mean we are using less energy and reducing our impact on the environment as well as saving money long term."

    See how much you could save with LEDs

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