Energy bills lowered by up to 80% on your electricity lighting bill

11th March 2013

Carlton LED Lighting are offering to do just that.

It is as easy as changing a light bulb in many cases! LEDs are the most efficient light source currently available, and are increasingly used in domestic and commercial applications. A recent survey conducted by Rexel UK says LED lighting has emerged as the favourite upgrade option, for instantly saving on your electricity lighting bill. When compared to the strip fluorescent lights,and other lighting commonly found in factories and office buildings, LED lights offer a significant saving, which is why the government is encouraging not just homeowners but also businesses to take advantage of this opportunity and install energy-efficient lights. LED LIGHTING IS FAVOURITE UPGRADE OPTION IN THE GREEN DEAL  SURVEY. Carlton LED are offering a FREE no obligation survey to all Chamber members, why not join the many companies who are already enjoying huge savings, call on 01902 540006 or email  

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