Integral and Toolstation Team Up to Demystify LED

LONDON -- Integral LED has announced a new retail partnership with Toolstation, Britain's rapidly growing supplier of tools, accessories and building supplies. Together, the manufacturer and retailer aim to promote new lighting technology and enable an easy transition for customers switching to LED lamps, spotlights and downlights throughout the UK.

British brand, Integral LED has earned a reputation for keen prices and product quality which has recently earned four Which? Best Buys and five star LUX Magazine reviews. Similarly, Toolstation has been successively named as the Which? top online retailer in the DIY products category for the last three years. In teaming up, both manufacturer and retailer acknowledge the need to demystify LED lighting for trade, home improvers and self-builders.

"LED lights offer an opportunity to cut electricity costs from the moment they are installed within a home or commercial premises. We intend to offer plain speaking guidance to aid understanding when switching from conventional light sources to the new range of LED lamps", commented Russell Brittain, Electrical and Lighting Buyer at Toolstation.

Integral LED is supplying 34 products including G4 and G9 bulbs, GU10 spotlights and fire-rated downlights into the Toolstation catalogues, which are available in over 200 branches, online and through its call centre. The easy to use website offers customers the chance to check stock at their local branch and use Click & Collect to pick up their order an hour later.

"Lighting has transformed into a fast moving product sector driven by semiconductors. We are excited to partner with Toolstation to offer the benefits of this unique energy saving technology with an easy to comprehend programme of customer support. From the estimate of savings stated on the side of the packaging to retrofit advice within the catalogue and online - we will work to ensure that the switch to LED lighting is seamless for all customers", said Sunil Kotecha, Managing Director, Integral LED.

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