Colour temperature: we’ve got the hue for you

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Does the colour temperature of your premises meet the requirements of those who use it? It may seem like a small thing, but colour temperature can make a massive difference to the experience of people using different spaces, including its impact on their productivity. At Oliver Lamps, we understand that colour temperature is a vital component of lighting and that’s why we help our customers find exactly the right one for their needs. Together, we’ll make sure that the space you are working with is lit to perfection.

Evolving LED lights

Back at the beginning of the technology, LED lights had a reputation for giving out a blue light that felt too cold for many people. Happily, the evolution of these energy-efficient bulbs has wholly...

Restaurant owners, are your customers feeling the love?

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If all goes to plan, on Valentine’s Day your restaurant will be filled with loved-up couples enjoying a romantic feast and toasting their happiness with delicious wines. If you get it right, they’ll remember what a great night out they had at your establishment and be back soon to enjoy your hospitality again – as well as recommending you to their friends. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as turning happy customers into ambassadors, who go out into the world and tell everyone how great your place is. So, how can you make your diners fall in love with your restaurant all year round? We’ve got some suggestions.

#1 Look the part!

Does your restaurant design tick all your customers’ boxes? With so much competition out there...

Calling new mums and dads – this light sale is perfect for night feeds!

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Do you have a young baby who wakes up in the night demanding a feed but struggles to get back to sleep? We understand. As much fun as you’re having with your new bundle of joy, there’s nothing smile-worthy about disrupted nights and no rest. For some parents, the problem comes when they need to negotiate bottle or boob feeding and require light to do it but find the one they’ve chosen shines too brightly. Baby can’t rest after being exposed to too much glow, and that means no shut-eye for you either. Don’t worry, you are not alone – and we’ve helped plenty of our customers facing this night feed conundrum. So, settle into your chair and take five minutes to have a gander at these fab solutions that will give you the illumi...

BRAND NEW LED POULTRY LAMPS

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  • Save yourself 95% on lighting costs when you replace your old incandescent
  • Increase musculoskeletal development and weight gain by 5.06%
  • Decrease feed consumption by 3.2%
  • Increase feed conversion by 5%
  • Decrease the death rate of the chickens by 2.1%
  • Induce earlier maturity for hens destined to lay eggs
  • Increase egg output and quality
  • Regulate reproduction cycles
  • Increase length of reproductive life
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Free Site Surveys

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Oliver Lamps is currently offering free site surveys to establish whether the bulbs that you are using are the most cost effective. Please call to arrange a convenient time for us to call at your premises and survey your current lamps.

We are a third generation family run business, with over 50 years experience in the supply of light bulbs to homes and businesses. The knowledge gained over these years enables us to provide the highest quality replacement lamps.

We supply recognised brands across our product range and are more than willing to quote and supply any lamps that do not feature in this brochure.

The team at our head office pride themselves with the ability to identify any lamp over the phone, so if you are uncertain of a pr...

Save £2365…..

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Did You Know..... If you changed 10 x 60w lamps in your business to a 6w LEDs and they were used for 8 hours a day And you paid £0.15 per kWh Even if you used a beautiful high end lamp costing £10 You will save £19.44 per month / £236.52 annually on your lighting bill. Including the cost of the lamps,You will make your money back within 6 months (0.43years) You wouldn't change a lamp for ten years....