This post showcases the media coverage of our client Calgary Lighting Products.
It is updated whenever new media coverage is released.
Canadian Apartment published an article Latif Jamani, President of Calgary Lighting Products, co-wrote with Bryant Tse about low-cost ways to brighten a building’s curb appeal. Here’s an excerpt:
In suburban areas, light pollution can be a concern. Landlords need to strike a balance between having sufficient light around the building, and not flooding the area with too much light.
Here is where you can find the full article.
Thank you to Canadian Apartment for publishing Latif’s article.
Latif Jamani, President of Calgary Lighting Products, co-wrote an article for Condo Business detailing the benefits lighting design can have on the safety of condo buildings. Here’s a snapshot of the article:
Lighting is the most immediate deterrent for sinister activity around condo buildings — more than security cameras. However, simply adding floodlights can cause light pollution and might even make the building look less appealing.
You can read the full article here.
Thank you for publishing Latif’s article, Condo Business!
President of Calgary Lighting Products, Latif Jamani, wrote an article in Electrical Business about considering lighting options for both occupants and security systems. Here’s an excerpt from the October article:
While the lighting selection process is usually done with the human experience in mind, time and consideration should also be given to how these decisions impact the surveillance system being installed on the property.
To read more, you can find the full article here.
Thank you Electrical Business for publishing Latif’s article!
Latif Jamani, Calgary Lighting Products President, was interviewed by Mainstay about lighting tips to make a property ‘sparkle’. Here’s a little of what he had to say:
In the lobby area, you want to achieve what Jamani calls the sparkle effect. “That would be an area where we would recommend looking at 4100K bulbs. It’ll amplify the reflection arounf the space to make it feel open and appear brighter.”
To read the full article, click here.
A big thanks to Mainstay for interviewing Latif!
BOMA Calgary published an article by Calgary Lighting Product President, Latif Jamani, surrounding the problems businesses can face when trying to recycle a substantial amount of lightbulbs. Here’s an excerpt:
When looking for a company to recycle your lamps, deal with an institution that can handle scale and makes it easy for the building operators to use. Some programs can be hard to work with and result in low usage or extra unnecessary work, and we all know that building operators have lots on their plate.
The full article can be found here.
Thank you BOMA Calgary for publishing Latif’s article.
To learn more about Calgary lighting products, visit their website at: http://calgarylightingproducts.com/