A large portion of the UK workforce spend the majority of their working week in an office environment. Ensuring that the right lighting is used in the office is an important and effective way to help improve the workplace. But what are the different options for effective office lighting?
What are the different options for effective office lighting?
Getting your office lighting right can bring a range of advantages and benefits, including reduced absenteeism and increased productivity. But, for your office lighting to be effective, there are a number of key features you should consider including. These include:
- Office lighting levels- to increase productivity and motivation in your office, you could consider the lighting levels. Lighting that is too low is likely to strain the eyes and lead to low mood, while lighting that is too bright, is likely to cause migraines and a high rate of absenteeism. Why not consider adjustable lighting, like dimmer switches, for large office spaces, or individual task lighting for each desk?
- Combining different types of lighting- different types of lighting can make a big difference to the overall background or ambient lighting effect. Combining task lighting with downlights and uplights can help create a better light balance in any room, and this is one of the key features to any effective office lighting plan.
- Energy efficiency- the right office lighting can also be financially beneficial too. By using more energy efficient lighting types like motion activated lighting and LED lights, you can help save money on bills and electrical maintenance, while also reducing the carbon footprint of your office.
For more information or advice about effective office lighting and how this can help transform your workplace, get in touch with the team today, here at Walker Electrical.