Lightening and Power – Work Lighting

With the dark nights drawing in, never be left in the dark again.  Whether you’re refurbishing a house, working on site or in the garden having the correct and efficient lighting will help you get the job done.
1. Globe Light great for lighting a whole room without giving off a lot of heat and glare.
2. LED Floodlight the most popular choice! LED’s do not radiate heat the way an incandescent or halogen bulbs do and can be used for both commercial and domestic applications!
3. A fail-safe light is ideal for work spaces where the mains electricity isn’t reliable, features battery backup for mains supply failure.
4. Self-writing work light is the perfect choice if your working in an area where lights are going to get knocked over as they are able to re-position themselves.
5. A Smith Light is a type of industrial lighting, traditionally used for mining. It’s a very powerful light source with a long lasting re-chargeable battery.
6. Rechargeable Work Light are robust and are versatile to work for a number of jobs, also adapt the colour of your light to suit your job.
7. Festoon Lights are a low level string lights, suitable for outdoor or indoor use. Ideal for scaffolding, fencing or trees.
8. Compact Plasters Light are powerful but also lightweight so easy to move around. One can light up a room or can create a daisy chain effect for larger areas.
9. Inspection Light (Endoscope) Ideal for inspecting places that you couldn’t otherwise reach, such as piping, underfloor work and cavity walls.
Comparing quotes in your local area couldn’t be easier. Hire Lighting with DoHire.com

Once you’ve decided which lights you need to hire, you can find them on our website. If you aren’t sure, more information regarding lighting is found on our website and explains the different lighting types and how to use them and how to hire lighting

Simply add them to your tool bag along with the dates you want to hire for and in no time at all, you can send multiple quote requests to local tool hire shops.

You’ll hear back from suppliers and can then compare the prices and be safe in the knowledge that you’re always getting the best price and it will cost you no more than going direct!

We only work with trusted suppliers so you can be confident that any lightening equipment and any other tools you hire are in great condition.

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