National Lighting expands its network of branches

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National Lighting is now open in Wapping, Hounslow and Aintree, offering a wide range of light fittings and lamps, direct from the manufacturer plus a complete electrical range to meet the needs of any electrician, contractor or facilities manager.

Each branch displays more than 1,000 installed and operational light fittings, all carried in stock, including interior lighting, exterior lighting, bathroom lighting, commercial lighting, decorative lighting and a wide range of LED fixtures, transformers and lamps.

In addition, each branch also stocks an extensive range of electrical essentials and accessories, including cable, cable management, circuit protection, fire and security, TV and networking, testing and tools and wiring accessories.

The company has also recently expanded its electrical product offering through its website and new catalogue, providing contractors with a one stop shop for everything lighting and electrical.

The opening of branches in Wapping, Hounslow and Aintree adds to the sites already operating in Park Royal, Basildon, Charlton and Leeds. However, if there’s not a branch nearby products are available to buy online at www.nationallighting.co.uk or through an extensive catalogue available by calling 0845 634 1515, with free next day delivery on orders over £50.

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