Service stations are an essential stop for drivers whether they need fuel, refreshments or a break from driving. It is therefore vital that they are easy to see, welcoming and safe for visitors to use.

Service stations tend to operate 24/7, so lighting can have significant effects on electricity usage and carbon emissions and as such they require energy efficient, safe and reliable illumination that attracts visitors and ensures a positive experience.

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

SaveMoneyCutCarbon lighting professionals offer expert advice backed by our vast experience with LED lighting installations.

Our innovative LED lighting solutions will be customised to your needs to make sure your lighting is exactly what is required and provide you with peace of mind.

For your service station project, we offer the following:

  • Initial survey and lighting scheme design
  • Creation of investment-ready proposals
  • Smart procurement – we bring together a wide range of quality LED products from leading trusted manufacturing brands
  • Project management and UK wide installation

We Can Improve Your Service Stations 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 give us access to the widest range of products at the best prices.

This means our customers are always provided with the best value for high-quality products. Additionally, our suppliers ensure further peace of mind with long warranties.

Product Range

We offer a full range of products for service stations including under-canopy LED lighting, parking and car park LED lighting, as well as LED lighting for shop and car wash applications.

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 specific requirements.

Lighting Controls

While service stations may operate 24/7, the lighting is not always needed in certain areas. Lighting controls enables zoning, scheduling, motion detection or even remote management to ensure your lights are only in use when needed.

This not only provides a further opportunity to save costs but also gives you control of lighting, so you can adjust depending on functions and activities, providing your customers with a much better experience.

Energy Savings

With energy and oil prices constantly changing, there is no better time to ensure your service station operations are low cost and sustainable.

By deploying LED lighting in replacement of traditional light sources you can save up to 80% in energy use and the savings can be substantial with service stations operating 24/7. The savings made go directly to your bottom line ensuring your service station is more profitable.

Reduced Maintenance

As LED lighting lasts much longer than traditional lighting there is less maintenance from replacing faulty units or light fittings that have failed quickly. LED lighting is also highly durable, it can withstand shock and vibration while providing bright, high-quality, uniformed lighting.

This is ideal for service stations as low canopies mean lights may get occasional knocks and the shock and vibration will be a regular occurrence from vehicles stopping and filling up.

Superior Quality

LED lighting works at much lower wattages while providing the same level of output you would expect from traditional lighting. However, the quality of the lighting is far superior – it’s brighter, cleaner and lasts much longer than traditional lighting, which discolours easily and deteriorates quickly.

The brightness and high quality of LED lighting will be much more appealing to customers while ensuring they can safely see when parking at the service station or refuelling.

Health and Safety

As LED lighting is far superior in quality and highly durable, it improves health and safety. Evenly lit lighting that doesn’t fail easily makes service stations safer and more secure for visitors and provides a better experience.

SaveMoneyCutCarbon also considers the exact LED lighting for the application – for service stations, anti-glare LED lighting will be required to ensure the lights don’t startle drivers. Unlike traditional lighting, LED lighting doesn’t contain mercury or emit infrared (IR) or ultraviolet (UV) and produces much less heat making the service station safer and more pleasing, not only for visitors but also for staff.

Customer Satisfaction

LED lighting creates a much better customer experience for service stations. Brighter lighting ensures It is more aesthetically pleasing to attract visitors and provides better lighting so that it’s easy to refuel or buy refreshments.

As LED lighting can create a much better ambience in store, it also aids a better customer experience.

Sustainable Lighting

Becoming a more environmentally friendly business may be on your agenda to meet compliance and develop a more sustainable business.

With LED lighting, much lower energy use will dramatically reduce your carbon emissions to ensure you are a greener operation.

Are you looking to upgrade your lighting? Below, is a selection of our lighting range most suitable for Service Stations.
“We had been planning the full refit of our lights for a couple of months and having chosen SaveMoneyCutCarbon the fitting team were with us for a couple of weeks before Christmas.They were able to come in after the school activities had finished in the afternoon. The Team were very amenable to working around any occupational restrictions we had with clubs and so on."

“They were a cheerful bunch and left the school tidy everyday with the furniture returned to its usual positions.There were a few changes to the fittings etc. that were noted during the fitting from the original survey and these were put in place without any problems."

Martin Blake, Business Manager at Nicholas Hawksmoor

“LEDs were the next logical step after our earlier lighting improvements but we could not at first secure the budget, given other pressing curriculum needs.“However, we worked through the Diocese with SaveMoneyCutCarbon to take the opportunity to apply for Salix funding and the whole process went pretty smoothly.Overall, the standard of work from SaveMoneyCutCarbon was impressive."

"After SaveMoneyCutCarbon secured the interest-free loan, they moved very quickly to install the LED lighting, ensuring that the work was completed during the summer holidays, which was excellent. The early impressions of the new lighting are very positive, particularly in the library area and staff room. I’m sure we will see more benefits as the winter draws in.”

Anthony Murray, Head Teacher, St Bede’s

“The installation team was very professional and the managers responded positively to requests for changes as the project was delivered. There was a strong business case for choosing LED lighting and we’re looking forward to reduced costs over many years."

"The lighting is much improved, a lot brighter and clearly better quality, which I’m sure we’ll notice even more as winter draws in.”

Beverley O’Shea, Business Manager, Bishop Challoner School

LED lighting and lighting controls certainly ticks the boxes and is really is a sound investment that simplifies carbon reduction."

"Lighting controls in particular are a great asset as it is difficult to rapidly change people’s attitudes to switching off lighting."

John Tucker, Facilities Manager, Menzies Distribution

"This is the very latest technology in LED lighting as used at the Olympics and allows us to control the lights across the park using wireless technology directly from my PC or even an iPhone."

"We can create amazing effects in seconds."

Adam Garton, Technical Manager, Fantasy Island

To find out how your service station could reduce its energy use please fill in your details below and one of our experts will be in touch.

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