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LED Visage Moving to Bigger, Better Location

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LED Visage, Environmental Lighting Solution Company, has moved to a brand new address, with bigger office and warehouse space, and updated contact information.

Canning Vale, Western Australia, Australia – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Led Visage is a lighting company, specialising in LED, that is expanding due to high growth. This growth is likely attributed to the many benefits of using LED. LED consumes about 80-90 percent less energy than a comparable incandescent bulb. Additionally, LED lighting Perth produces less heat, reducing fire hazards. These lights do not have harmful or regulated substances, either. The combination of high-efficiency and lack of harmful/regulated substances make it so that LED lights are better for the environment.

The more the company grows, the better it is able to serve customers needs for LED lighting Perth. The LED lighting specialists moved to a new premise where they now have several features to appeal to their patrons.

A bigger space means the company can take on bigger projects. Here are highlights of some new features that customers can enjoy:

- New show room
- New meeting room
- Bigger parking lot for customers
- More storage space

Due to the new, larger space, clients now have a one-stop shop for consultation, costing, light plotting and installation of lights. The new showroom allows for easy viewing of LED products and for the company to provide lighting demonstrations. The company now has more storage space which means that it can offer more products/stocks during the coming months. Some of the Led lighting products that LED Visage offers are specialty LED bulbs, spotlights, down lights, panel lights, flood lights and strip lights.

The increased stock allows Led Visage to expand both residential and commercial projects. A couple of examples of home and commercial projects that these specialists offer are office and warehouse. Check out the company’s great reviews on Google+ and on the company website, www.ledvisage.com.au. Better yet, take a trip to the store in Canning Vale, Western Australia to plan the next project.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.ledvisage.com.au/

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel Lee
Email: sales@ledvisage.com.au
Address: 1/8 Hurley Street, Canning Vale, Western Australia, 6155 Australia
Phone: (08) 9455 1120
Organization: Led Visage

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/led-visage-moving-to-bigger-better-location/36272

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