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Plinth Lights - We're the UK's Leading Supplier of LED Plinth Lights

Our LED Plinth Lights are perfect for adding a new dimension to your room, and giving that extra 'wow' factor. 

LED Plinth Lighting Kits & Strips

Perfect for fitting into any flat surface, Lightsupplier’s LED Plinth Lighting Kits and strips are all designed to project slightly or lie flush to the surfaces of a kitchen or bathroom, creating neat, bright illumination wherever you need it.

Recommended for kitchens and bathrooms due to their clear, easy-clean nature and unobtrusive profile. Plinth lighting provides practical floor lighting to give your kitchen or bathroom a truly elegent finish. 

If you are looking into cost-efficient, long-lasting and hardy spotlighting for your kitchen, bathroom or other rooms in the house, then Lightsupplier’s LED plinth lighting kits are for you. However, before you order your kits, make sure to measure the area where you’ll be installing them, to make sure you have enough coverage to light the whole area!

Benefits of Using LED for Your Plinth lighting

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What are the benefits of LED Plinth Lighting

LED plinth lights have extremely low energy consumption and low heat output – factors that help keep electricity bills low while providing all the light you need. They are also very low maintenance, as they are long lasting so you very rarely have to change the bulbs.

LED plinth lighting also lasts much longer than a halogen bulb or incandescent would, meaning you’ll save money on maintenance and replacements, and you won’t have to worry about bulbs constantly blowing – with wall-mounted and plinth lights, this is traditionally a nuisance, but with easily-replaced, long-lasting LED plinth lighting, the problem is reduced so much you might well forget it exists at all.

Advice

If you are looking at getting plinth lights installed in your kitchen, bathroom or bedroom. We highly recommend that you correctly measure the area where you are looking to install the lights. This way you can correctly judge how many lights you will require.