Dentist Lighting (OneFruit Ltd) is a member of the Lighting Industry Association. As such, all engineers are regularly updated on technical developments, changes to regulations and standards, health and safety best practice, environment issues and sustainable technologies issues.
A work schedule is agreed and Dentist Lighting’s engineers will work out of hours, weekends and public holidays to minimise any disruption to the dental practise.
As well as installing the new LED lighting systems, Our engineers will decommission the old lighting and dispose of the products in accordance with Waste Electrical and Electronic (WEEE) directives.
Dentist Lighting can provide its customers with a LED lighting design that will illustrate how the new lighting solution proposed will look once installed.
A design document is particularly useful when a site has special lighting requirements. For instance, in areas where precise lighting levels are required for an efficient and comfortable working environment or in dental practises where the aesthetics of light output are of particular importance and may involve health and safety standards.
In order for Dentist Lighting to provide a meaningful proposal there is sometimes a need to complete a site survey.
This service is free of charge and will be carried out by our certified electrical engineers accompanied by a nominated customer representative.
Depending on the size of the site the survey will take on average 30minuets to an hour.
The purpose of the site survey is to gather the following type of information:-
1. Number and types of lights currently in use in the area.
2. Position and height of existing lights.
3. Current lux levels and any improvements required for new lighting infrastructure.
4. Collate specific requirements such as need for movement sensors, emergency lighting or dimmers etc.
5. Quality assessment of existing electrical and wiring infrastructure.
6. Total energy used by existing lights based on wattage, usage, power efficiency and prices paid per kw/hr.
Based on the above information we will prepare a proposal to replace the existing lighting with energy efficient LED Lighting Systems.
The proposal will give details of the type and quantity of new LED lights being proposed with technical information and pricing. It will confirm the lux levels of the new lights and will cover any specific requirements raised by the customer during the site survey.
Litelite can offer multiple finance options on behalf of our independent providers who specialise in green initiatives, covering the entire cost of the lighting products and installation with repayments being made from the savings achieved. This is designed to help business and home owners to employ more green technologies in their properties. The idea is simple; install new green technology into your property with no up-front costs. You will pay back the costs through your energy bill’s savings over 2 to 5 years.
You will see the benefit from our new environmentally friendly, highly efficient and low energy lighting technology instantly. The energy savings from installing our lights could be significantly greater than the repayments, giving you a cash surplus. The repayments are arranged over an agreed period of time (2 to 5 years) and are 100% tax allowable which lets you budget effectively with complete assurance of knowing the costs throughout the contract.
During the contract period you can upgrade or add extra equipment without any penalty, we just simply revise your contract. This will allow you to take advantage of any new lighting technology that comes available ensuring you have access to the latest products and savings.
Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA)
The Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme is a key part of the Government’s programme to manage climate change, and is designed to encourage businesses to invest in energy-saving equipment.
Key features of the ECA scheme
Open to all businesses that pay UK corporation or income tax, regardless of size, sector or location. (Loss making businesses may apply against income tax payments)
Provides 23% capital allowances on investments in energy-saving equipment against taxable profits of the period of investment
Only spending on new and unused energy-saving equipment can qualify for ECAs
Capital allowances are available for spending “on the provision of” plant and machinery. This can include certain costs arising as a direct result of the installation of qualifying plant and machinery such as; transport of the equipment to the site, and some direct installation costs. Please refer to the ECA website for more information