Effective lighting of exhibits can be one of a museum’s largest energy costs while being indispensable to visitor experience. Museums need to balance the need to have creative lighting solutions with the priority to keep electricity costs low.

It can affect the mood and atmosphere, draw attention to the most prominent displays and guide visits from entrance to exit. It is therefore essential that a museum has high-quality lighting that is sustainable and unique.

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

SaveMoneyCutCarbon are a proven and respected LED lighting partner who can balance these needs, drawing on extensive experience and many successful project installations.

Our unique LED lighting solutions will be tailored to your exact needs to make sure your lighting meets your specific requirements and provides you with peace of mind.

For your museum project, we can offer the following:

  • Initial survey
  • Bespoke lighting design services
  • Smart procurement – we bring together a wide range of quality LED products from leading trusted manufacturing brands
  • Complete solution from survey through to installation
  • Project management and UK wide installation

We Can Improve Your Museums Lighting and Reduce Energy By...

Best of Brands

SaveMoneyCutCarbon only work with market-leading trusted brands in LED lighting.

We have direct partnerships with our suppliers which provides us access to the widest range of products at the best prices which means our customers are always provided with the best value for high-quality products.

Our suppliers also back their high-quality ranges with long warranties for added peace of mind.

Product Range

SaveMoneyCutCarbon offer a full range of products for museums whether you need high CRI LED lighting, LED accent lighting, LED display lighting, LED façade lighting or bespoke lighting solutions.

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

High Colour Rendering (CRI)

CRI is simply a scale varying from 0 to 100 that describes how accurately colours appear under a light. The higher the number the better. Museums need to display exhibits to the highest aesthetic standard and true to colour, so they require a high colour rendering index.

A curator’s aim will be to light an object as naturally as possible and LED lights that are above a 95 CRI are best suited to achieving this in these demanding environments.

No Harmful Ultraviolet

The preservation of exhibits in museums is essential. Traditional lighting, even with the use of protective filters, can easily damage exhibits as they are sensitive to light.

Unlike traditional lighting, LED lighting doesn’t create Ultraviolet (UV) or Infrared (IR) or emit lots of heat. It is therefore much safer and ideal for sensitive environments such as museums.

Colour Temperature

Colour temperature can highly influence the mood created when lighting an exhibit. A cooler temperature will create a brighter, more modern appearance and a warmer temperature will make the exhibit appear cosier.

With the advent of controls such as dimming there is more flexibility for colour temperature which enables curators and designers to dim lights from cooler to warmer. And, unlike traditional lighting, LED lighting doesn’t compromise the colour temperature when dimming.

Customer Satisfaction

The use of High CRI lighting which keeps exhibits authentic with true colours combined with customisable lighting displays and controls creates engaging and unique experiences for your visitors.

Flexibility

LED lighting offers flexibility for museums with the ability to adjust lighting for temporary exhibits or the requirement for last-minute light changes on exhibits.

As LED lighting is superior in quality and lasts much longer than traditional lighting, maintenance in museums can be reduced, avoiding the burden and cost, but also the disturbance to visitors, which makes operations run smoother.

Energy Savings

As well as the design, quality and preservation benefits of LED lighting, one of the biggest impacts it has is the reduction in energy use.

LED lighting works at much lower wattages than traditional lighting without affecting the lumen output which reduces electricity use, with substantial savings.

Are you looking to upgrade the lighting in your Museum? Below, is a selection of our lighting range most suitable for an education environment.