LED Industry Trying to Save the Planet One Light Bulb at a Time

Lunar Connect in Lincoln enters the LED industry making UK homes more efficient and creative. LED lighting kits offer 10mm wide easi-lite LED tape and 3M self-adhesive backing for quick installation, with no need for soldering or electricians.

Lincoln, United Kingdom - October 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Lunar Connect Lincoln, United Kingdom – September 27, 2017 – The light-emitting diode is one of today’s most energy-efficient and constantly-evolving lighting technologies, with quality LED light bulbs said to last longer, exhibit enhanced durability and boast comparable or superior light quality. LED bulbs can be up to ten times more efficient than traditional old-style filament bulb variety.

Based in Lincoln, Lunar Connect has expanded its operations in the wake of current research into planet-saving electricity measures, now doing business on a national scale within Britain. The company has also recently secured a contract with MKM Building Supplies, the UK’s largest independent builders’ merchant, with 47 branches across England and Scotland.

Utilizing their expertise garnered from working in the retail lighting display sector, Veasey and Quigley bring their understanding of lighting showrooms to help customers find the most efficient lighting for their homes. Additionally, Lunar Connect offers online tutorials on how to set up the company’s innovative lighting kits, these solutions promising to make a customer’s home more energy-efficient and even more ambient by way of colour-changing light strips that can be controlled remotely.

“UK customers can save up to £240 this year by investing LED lighting, which can pay for itself within 5 months,” explains Simon Veasey, co-founder of Lunar Connect, who, in cooperation with his partner Martin Quigley, launched the business at the beginning of this year. “Not only this but it can add a more natural ambient glow, be fitted almost anywhere, and consumes so much less electricity.” “We want to help the environment, one light at a time”. “The rapid development of this technology is yielding additional products and improved efficiency in the manufacturing sector, which ultimately results in lower prices”. “Lunar Connect is going to be centre stage for this revolution,” concludes Veasley.

Lunar Connect is located at Unit 4 Whisby Way Business Centre in Lincoln and can be reached by calling 0330 2233569. For more information visit www.LunarConnect.co.uk and browse the range of lighting products and accessories available.

Contact Info:
Name: Charlie Price
Organization: Monkfish Web Design Lincoln
Address: E24 Enterprise Building Rope Walk Lincoln LN6 7DQ, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-800-161-3879

For more information, please visit http://www.monkfishwebdesign.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249618

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