Care Homes face the challenge of being more environmentally friendly and cutting costs without compromising the quality of service provided. As a care home owner, manager or operator this will rest with you as well as considering other long-term benefits to residence.

Lighting in a care home is significant for patients and staff because of the effects it has on mood, well-being and general vision. Good quality lighting is also essential in providing care so medical professionals can carry out activities safely and securely.

In Learn&Save for Care Homes you’ll find dedicated resources including top tips, case studies and best practice advice specific to the industry.

SaveMoneyCutCarbon have extensive experience in health and care sectors across the UK with major savings proven over time.

We provide an end to end service from survey to project management, installation and testing.

Our proven LED lighting solutions will give you peace of mind; we not only make sure your lighting is sufficient to your needs and requirements but also ensure return on investment and savings while considering compliance, health and safety and patient and staff well-being.

For your care home lighting project, we can offer the following:

  • Proven products from trusted brands
  • Surveys to pinpoint savings
  • Funding options
  • Flexible installation times
  • Cut electricity bills
  • Cut carbon footprint
  • Cut maintenance costs

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Best of Brands

SaveMoneyCutCarbon only works with market-leading trusted brands in LED lighting. We have direct partnerships with our suppliers, giving us access to the widest range of products at the best prices which means our customers always get the best value for high-quality products.

Additionally, our suppliers back their high-quality products with long warranties for further peace of mind.

Product Range

Care homes require all different types of lighting; decorative as well as practical lighting is required for bedrooms, warm white lighting may be preferred for dining areas and brighter white lighting may be needed for medical or activity rooms.

Within each specific range SaveMoneyCutCarbon can offer choices on colour temperature, wattage, lumens and fitting type, guaranteeing that you will always find the most suitable product for your application.

Energy Savings

With most care homes operating 24/7 there can be negative effects from outdated lighting systems such as high operational costs and impacts to the environment. Compared to traditional lighting sources, LED lighting uses up to 80% less energy which can substantially reduce your energy costs, saving money that goes straight to your bottom line.

Additionally, your care home’s carbon footprint is vastly reduced, increasingly important in a world where society is more discerning about environmental practices.

Reduced Maintenance

As LED lighting has much better quality than conventional lighting and lasts longer with no requirement for regular bulb replacements, maintenance in a care home can be greatly reduced, saving further cost.

Less maintenance means less unnecessary disruption to residents and staff, aiding a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere in a care home.

Wellbeing of Residents and Staff

Inefficient lighting can also have negative effects on mood and well-being. Conventional light sources are low in quality, they are prone to deterioration which causes orange patchy lighting, and, subject to failure causing dark shadows and flickering which in a care home is not good for patients or staff. Dark shadows can induce fear in patients, especially those suffering with dementia and poor-quality lighting can effect staff concentration and productivity.

LED lighting provides high-quality, natural, uniformed lighting which opens spaces making them feel more pleasant and comfortable. It has been proven to help the care home residents’ quality of life by creating a calming ambience which aids sleep, helps people feel good and encourages social interaction. It also ensures staff can carry out their duties more securely and safely and improves productivity.

Lighting Controls

Lighting controls offer more flexibility and control over the lighting such as dimming, zoning and scheduling lighting to suit the many different functions in a care home.

As an example of this, lighting controls can be used to create a natural daylight pattern with changes in colour temperature and brightness to suit the residents’ natural body clocks, creating a brighter light in the morning to a warmer light for the end of the day. The extra benefit of lighting controls is it encourages further savings by only using the lights when needed.

Are you looking to upgrade the lighting in your Care Home? Below, is a selection of our lighting range most suitable for your Care Home.