LIFFORD Lighting has spent a decade lighting up homes around the Banner County and beyond, and this December celebrates 10 years in business.

With a wide range of inside and outside domestic lighting along with an unrivalled range of light fittings and bulbs, Lifford Lighting has gone from strength to strength at their home in Ennis.

Based at the premises formerly known as MT Pockets, Lifford Lighting is owned by Michael Carr and run by Owen McDonagh. Lifford Lighting works with suppliers from Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Italy and Ireland to bring the best selection of lights to customers in County Clare. Much of their range carries a 25 year guarantee while they stock the popular Fumagalli range, particularly popular for coastal residencies.

Lifford Lighting carries a wide range of stock to suit all requirements, from traditional to more modern styles. Store Manager Owen invites customers to visit their store to experience the range of products and view their catalogues in-store, with items available to order within 1-10 days.

He adds that they will guide new homeowners or those looking to refurbish their home through the process of selecting their perfect lights. “When someone comes in, our motto is ‘if you need help, shout’,” explains Owen. “It’s a different approach and you have to let the customer browse. We advise customers to bring in photos of rooms they are looking to fit out. We’re happy to guide customers through the process and ask them to provide measurements of a room, or the height of the ceiling, to ensure they purchase the correct lighting.”

Every light in the shop is LED of which there are various colours, from cool white LED and warm white LED to vintage bulbs, which Owen notes are a “more ambient light for relaxing”. He stresses that while Lifford Lighting carries a huge selection of bulbs, they will also source hard-to-get bulbs for their customers. Lifford Lighting are also happy to recommend electricians to fit lighting in your home.

Owen has been with Lifford Lighting for 10 years and he notes, “I love meeting people and having a chat. I get satisfaction from helping people.

“On our 10-year anniversary I would like to thank you all very much for your custom. We appreciate it and we look forward to welcoming all our customers new and old into the future.”

Visit Lifford Lighting in Lifford, Ennis or call 065 68 42495 to contact the team.

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