Lowe Electrical Contractors work with many commercial operations and businesses across Leicestershire and the East Midlands. We work from initial building concept with architects to managing complete electrical lighting re-installs in older buildings, always ensuring the appropriate form of lighting is applied, conforming to all current standards.
Lighting uses some 20% of the electricity generated in the UK* but over 75% of lighting installations are thought to be out of date and unable to meet recommended design standards.
Did you know that 80% of our sensory input at work comes through our eyes; therefore the importance of having good quality lighting not only helps with enhanced performance in the work place, but also has health benefits too.
Good lighting in the workplace promotes:
1. A reduced risk of occupational accidents and health problems
2. Better concentration and accuracy in work
3. A brighter, cleaner workplace resulting in a more active, cheerful environment
4. Improved work performance
5. Better visibility, improved accuracy and increased work speed, enhancing production.
It is positive news then that lighting methods are continually evolving through the need to reduce carbon emissions. This requirement has given a perfect opportunity for the development of more efficient and effective lighting solutions that Lowe Electrical install every day.
* Carbon Trust
After three terms of activity in the classrooms, sports halls and corridors; School is ‘nearly’ out for summer across Leicestershire and the East Midlands.
We know that this is often a time for maintenance. Whether it is new lighting, emergency lighting, fire alarms or CCTV, we can inspect, install and then maintain all your electrical applications
Lowe Electrical Contractors, based in the centre of Leicester, can offer you a wide range of services and on-going maintenance for your School, College, Academy or University.
Our experience in the educational sector includes local authority, academy and private schools, along with further and higher education institutions such as De Montfort University, Regent College and Loughborough University.
If you would like to discuss any electrical or facility management requirements, we would be pleased to hear from you.
What better way to spend four days in September than cycling through the Alps raising money for a great Leicestershire and Rutland Charity. This is the 2015 challenge for ‘Team Lowe’ who will be cycling 360 miles, ascending and descending 16,866ft all in aid of the Hope Against Cancer Foundation.
Jamie, Keith and Jon are training hard to take part in the momentous event along with 71 other cyclists. The route will take them from the beautiful shores of Lake Geneva to the fashion capital of Italy, Milan.
The Hope Foundation was launched in 2002 to raise funds for research into the causes and treatment of cancer in Leicestershire and Rutland. Through the enormous generosity of the people of Leicestershire, Rutland and beyond, Hope Against cancer has to date raised over £3 million which has funded 31 research projects into many cancers including bladder, ovarian, prostate, melanoma, liver, bowel, leukaemia, colorectal and breast cancer together with nursing fellowships relating to patient care.
To show your support and donate please visit:
Jamie, Keith, Jon
For further information on the challenge please visit and to learn more about the Hope Foundation Charity please visit here.