Pool Lighting

Pool Lighting

 

Once we have designed and built your dream pool, we will work with you to create a bespoke lighting scheme to show it off to maximum effect.

Once the sun goes down and dusk settles, there is no need to stop enjoying your poolscape. Creating visual delights and practical solutions in and around the pool (and its setting) will result in a spectacular scene that comes alive with light. 

We work closely with The Lights Projects Group and specialise in a range of lighting technologies from halogen lights with coloured lenses; LED systems in an array of colours and 300 W lights; to the limitless opportunities that Fibre Optics offer. 

Whether you are simply looking to uplight a tree or floodlight a wall or steps, with the right design, lighting can transform a space and create the most wonderful atmosphere.

FIbre Optic Lights

Light Projects specialise in the design, manufacture and supply of lighting fittings and accessories for an extensive variety of interior and exterior lighting applications.

They supply a comprehensive range of bespoke fibre optics and LED lighting solutions suitable for everything from residential properties, gardens and landscapes through to the interior and exterior illumination of leisure centres, swimming pools, saunas and spas.

There are many advantages of using fibre optics over traditional lighting sources. One of the most obvious is its ability for colour-changing and its adaptability to create ambient moods and different schemes for every event and the different times of the day and events.

Maintenance 

Fibre optics are low maintenance with the advantage of having the light source remote from the fittings. This makes lamp changing more convenient and safer as the light projector can be sited well away from the pool area and at ground level. This is better than traditional fittings which need to be re-lamped or replaced and, when located within the pool or above the pool, therefore require scaffolding towers and pool coverings. A further benefit of having a remote lamp source is that the fixtures are not moved which eliminates the risk of altering any orchestrated focusing. In addition, as fibre optics have multiple light sources from one lamp, there will always be the same output from each end point, thereby giving uniformity and continuity across the whole installation.   

Appearance, options, and customisation 

As fibre optics have multiple light sources from one lamp, there will always be the same output from each end point, thereby maintaining uniformity and continuity across the whole installation. In addition, the light points are cool to touch which ensures there is no risk of being burned by hot lamp surfaces.  

Fibre optics offer a host of design options; from twinkling starry skies in the bottom of your pool or the ceiling of a spa, to linear lines of pure light to demarcate steps, or even perhaps swimming lanes in a pool. Surrey Swimming Pools work closely with Light Projects Group who specialise in fibre optic lighting, to ensure that they can offer a solution to your design ambitions. 

A further benefit of having a remote lamp source is that the fixtures are not moved – negating the risk of altering any orchestrated focusing. Also, as fibre optics have multiple light sources from one lamp, there will always be the same output from each end point giving uniformity and continuity across the whole installation.

Finally, another advantage of fibre optics is surface temperature. The light ends are cool to the touch which is very important bearing in mind that children with bare feet are often playing near and around the fittings.

Fibre Optics

We work in close partnership with Lighting Designers, Architects and Engineers to help create solutions for the most challenging and demanding environments.

Lighting can be one of the single most important instruments in adding life to your swimming pool. A simple flick of the switch can create the most beautiful co-ordinated lighting scheme enhancing the pool area. Skilfully done, lighting can be both functional and decorative, coupling safety with an aesthetic visual display.

From path and steps lighting through to the uplighting of features, trees or walls, lighting adds interest and brings a new dimension to the leisure environment. The use of LED and fibre optic systems together with traditional lighting fittings means that complementing schemes and scenarios can be created and controlled depending on the event.




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