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A fresh new way to shine light on home improvement
The launch of www.lighting-direct.co.uk sees a winning combination of lighting ideas, product range and customer experience, which further demonstrates the company’s position in the market as a leading dedicated lighting retailer.
Their new website has a wide range of new and vibrant lighting together with a selection of innovative ways of choosing the right lighting for your home. Customers can simply use filters to identify their perfect light, make their selection according to the style they desire or by the application / location for which the light is needed.
The company, whose Head Office and warehouse are based in Milton Keynes, sell everything from the simplest replacement appliance bulb through to most stylish of contemporary ceiling pendants. The breadth and depth of their range is matched only by their expertise in ‘all things lighting’.
Enhancing their online shopping experience further www.lighting-
· More detailed product information
· Top quality product imagery
· Enhanced filtering and navigation
· Improved search facility
· Easier to use, intuitive one-page checkout
· A fresh modern layout
· A full range of articles and features on lighting solutions for the home
Lighting Direct can now offer next day delivery on 90% of its products allowing customers to buy today and fit tomorrow. With this in mind, the site has a handy countdown clock to show customers the day’s order cut off time to ensure guaranteed next day delivery.
Charles Barnett, Managing Director of Lighting Direct says “We are delighted to present this new look site with its fresh and contemporary style and added functionality. We hope customers will enjoy browsing such a fabulous site and find the lighting that is perfect for them. Customers can also be reassured that they will enjoy the same level of excellent service that they have come to expect with most available for next day delivery.”
For further information about the new-look www.lighting-
Phone: 01908 651 145