April Newsletter 2012
We offer technical support with your lighting requirements
or lighting planning at the other end of the phone, simply ring 01709 300050,
or conversely you can email and get a reply back within the day, and often
within the hour.
My own experience tells me this is so important when I
consider how long we take in a modern business learning one-off skills which
take time and which we will never use again.
I have recently had to migrate a website to another operating platform
and host. The provider, Microsoft, did
not supply any telephone help, just lots of articles, long manuals and detailed
article answers to problems. I got there
in the end, I could do it again (though I will never have to) and I spent 2
days learning this irrelevant skill – not the best use of my time.
We don’t want you to have to waste your time. We can answer queries on the phone and we can
help in the design and specification of your lighting needs. We provide clear quotations and, hopefully, clear
answers. We don’t expect you to be a
lighting expert or an expert electrician and supply our lighting with simple
and clear instructions. We even design
our lights so that the minimum technical knowledge is needed and boast that
anyone can have excellent display lighting without any skills at all if they
buy one of our easy-uze lighting kits.
If you want technical lighting help, call us on 01709 300050
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Battery Powered Lights
After our March newsletter we have had a huge demand for
information on our battery powered lighting and generated many sales including
to Blue Chip companies. This is a very
specific solution to the times when you cannot access mains electricity. It is simple but more expensive than a mains
powered solution but ideal in situations such as stand alone displays in the
middle of a room. Check out the options
or call to discuss your needs.
Anyone for golf? Verulamiam Museum in St Albans have just opened
a Ryder Cup Heritage Exhibition 2012 featuring
our mains halogen Callisto spotlights – check them out at: http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/memorabilia-on-display-during-the-ryder-cup-heritage-exhibition-2012-launch-at-the-verulamiam-museum-on-april-19-2012-st-albans-england#slide=46131721