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Cheshire, Business Manager Andrew Bache said, “The real appeal of Marl LED lights for us is the convenience and improvement in the environment. Though the sodium lights were adequate for football and gymnastics, the hall is also used for examinations and social events. We were able to dramatically increase the light level in the hall, ensuring the corners as well as the central area is brightly lit. The LED lights are much whiter and very much more even, since the output of the sodium lamps degrades noticeably as they age.”


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In addition to improving the appearance, the new lights offered cost savings in several areas, as Mr Bache explained. “The sodium lights took about 20 minutes to warm up, so were normally left on all day. Now we can just switch them on when we arrive and off when we leave.” Increasing safety is more important than ever before, but finding a lighting solution that is also aesthetically pleasing is ideal. Drivelite 24 LED is the new energy


efficient driveway lighting solution added to Outdoor LEDs essential outdoor lighting


solutions range. The Drivelite 24 are LED lighting blocks that are designed to transform exterior spaces into inviting and atmospheric celebrity style places and add wow factor to patios, pathways and driveways at homes and offices without breaking the bank.


The well-designed Outdoor LEDs Drivelite 24 LED lighting blocks embed into the ground flush with the level of the driveway, casting a uniform white light across the designated area. They are robust enough for cars to drive over,


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