What Our Customers Say About Us
DOMESTIC PROJECT: Extension and Conversion, Salisbury
Design Brief: to deliver flexible, layered lighting for kitchen, dining and sitting rooms.
“We needed some advice on a conversion and extension we were doing. James proposed some great solutions for ceiling lights, wall lights and wall washers, including the use of a lighting LED strip set flush into the ceiling to light-wash the wall without the need for any fittings at floor level. He even tested the products before bringing them to make sure everything was working. Great knowledge, advice and communication."
SMALL DOMESTIC PROJECT: Outside Lighting, Porton
Design Brief: to improve outside space lighting.
“James is full of knowledge and enthusiasm for his subject - which brings ideas to life. A simple change to a light (that also saves money) has transformed the usage of our outside space. We had some old-style halogen outside lighting that was malfunctioning and causing issues, randomly coming on and going off. It was set very high on the house and so changing bulbs was a nightmare. James sourced some small, elegant LED equivalents which solved all the issues, gave out more light and means I’ll never have to climb that ladder again! They also use a fraction of the original electricity – happy days ! Happy to recommend James and his business Light My Space to others.”
SMALL DOMESTIC PROJECT: Frequent Bulb Failure and Replacement, Porton
Design Brief: to standardise the light tone and reduce lifetime cost of bulbs.
“Very satisfied with James' solution to our light bulb problem. Excellent knowledge and service and happy outcomes of pleasing aesthetics, significant savings on the electricity bills and the added bonus of some rather beautiful ceiling shadows from some of the new bulbs. Thank you”
SMALL BUSINESS PROJECT: Café & Tea Rooms, Salisbury
Design Brief: provide ambient, welcoming and low energy light on a budget.
"I've used Light My Space for both my cafe and my tea rooms. As a small business owner, I have a limited budget and even less time. James advised me some modern solutions and was able to work around my schedule. I got the accent lighting solutions and low- energy lighting I needed within my budget. Great job guys!"
DOMESTIC PROJECT: Kitchen/Dining Room Extension, Porton
Design Brief: to maintain same brightness and reduce the electricity bill.
“You listened carefully to what our problem was and quickly explained the options. The proposal detailed an astounding 95% reduction in electricity consumption for our lights. You performed the installation very quickly and my wife was pleased with the way you organised the work around our busy family life. We couldn't be happier and are already seeing the difference in our electric bill! Thanks!"
DOMESTIC PROJECT: Accent Lighting, Whiteley
Design Brief: to create softer, ambient lighting alternatives to downlighters.
“My wife wasn't sure about the need for the accent lighting, but now she loves it!”
SMALL BUSINESS PROJECT: Church, Salisbury
Design Brief: provide improved and low energy lighting in community area of the church.
"We had a directive to use low energy bulbs but due to the restrictions of not being able to lower the light fittings, it seemed impossible to get enough light and the bulbs were ugly. Light My Space introduced some options to us that we didn’t even know existed. Now we have more light with reduced power usage than before and some rather funky-looking bulbs!”
SMALL BUSINESS PROJECT: Physiotherapy Clinic, Salisbury
Design Brief: to provide additional light for treatment rooms and window advertising in a listed building and create a welcoming environment for waiting clients.
"As a new business, I only had a small budget. James listened to my requirements and came up with solutions that were completed quickly and very neatly. He worked evenings and weekends to avoid any disruption to my business and I was kept informed at all stages of the project to make sure I had no issues. James also followed up after the installation so I will definitely use Light My Space again for any future work.”