As Thanksgiving blends into Christmas, festive lights decorate streetscapes, buildings, homes, and trees. The tradition of festive lighting is not restricted to Americans and has a rich history behind it. Yule logs are lit during dark December Solstice- an age-old celebration of lights.
Winter’s here and it can prove quite harsh on your outdoor signage. Now is the time to determine whether your sign is actually able to withstand the weather-related challenges that will come its way or not. These tips can help you through:
Corn Cob LED lights get their name from their unique appearance- small LED bulbs arranged linearly along the length of a tube, giving the appearance of corn kernels on a cob. They are also called “corn LED” or “maize LED.”
Bollards can significantly reduce the chances of these kinds of injuries and even save lives. Due to a forceful impact during an accident a car could jump up on to the curb. Permanent bollards made of reinforced steel or similar heavy-duty materials can stop an accelerating vehicle from crashing into people or property.
To keep drivers and pedestrians safe on the road, road signage was introduced many years ago. They help ensure smooth flow of traffic, reduce congestion on the road and keep the driver informed of what he/she could expect on the road.
Having a sign outside your establishment is a start, but what is really important is the nature of the sign. In a sea of hoardings, placards and business signs, what do you do to make your sign stand out and hard to miss?
Early this year in January 2018, the state of California banned incandescent light bulbs as a part of their new energy efficiency standards for lighting. As the new law came into effect, it meant that stores were allowed to finish selling their existing stocks, but that was it. Beyond that, the production, procurement and sale of incandescent bulbs have been stopped for good.
How Street Lighting Has Created a Unique Style for the Fashion Capitals of the World: Paris, London and New York
Paris, London, New York- three cities, three brands. And one of the things that make these cities most sought after is their unique identity; an identity shaped by their characteristic public lighting system. The ornate-style lamp posts of London, brass post tops bearing suspended street name placards of New York, or the iconic light fixtures of Paris-public lighting has been an integral part of each city’s character.
Brandon Industries provides a family of CBU’s, mailboxes, ornamental street signs, wayfinding signs and lighting, serving as a go-to source to tie in these products and provide an exclamation point for your project. We can outfit an entire neighborhood or commercial project where everything matches, and we’ll serve as your partner throughout the life of the development, no matter if it’s three years or 15 years.
A typical LED light has a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours or 10 years of use. This is quite a long time when compared with the lifespan of a typical incandescent light bulb (1,000 hours). And, you can further extend an LED bulb’s life by following the handy tips we have for you.