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Gym LED Lighting

When you are looking for gym lights you will have certain requirements for your lighting: spacious, clean and light are three that you'll find suit the situation best. If you're looking to find affordable and professional light fixtures for your gym, then you've come to the right place. You might be looking for something practical that has a purpose, or you could require a fixture that focuses more on design, but either way, you will find the perfect fittings that you need to create a welcoming space for anyone visiting your gym below. Here at First Lighting, we aim to provide the lights that you need for your gym, and always ensure that they are at competitive prices as well as designed to make use of the most of your space.

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In a space where people spend a lot of time on their backs and looking up at the ceiling and where health and safety is a big issue, it’s important that you have the right lighting.

Choosing the right gym lights needn’t be a stressful job, but just following a few simple guidelines will not only make the most of your space but provide an encouraging and motivating place to work out.

Natural light is more energising than artificial light, so it’s important to take this into consideration and choose lights that aren’t too bright. Of course, you’re going to need artificial lighting however for gyms that are open late into the night, and those without any or little natural light.

Fluorescent lighting is not usually the best option for a gym because they can have quite a harsh, bright light that can cause fatigue and headaches in some people.

Ceiling lights are the best option to ensure you optimise your floor space and guarantee an even distribution of light across the room, panel lights are the perfect option if you’re short on space too, or if the room has a particularly low ceiling.

LED lighting is, of course, the cheapest option when it comes to energy output and the fact they can last around 50,000 hours. But they also emit a lot less heat than incandescent bulbs, which is vital in a space where people are going to be getting extremely sweaty and hot. Further heating from the light fixtures could cause dizziness and nausea in some people.

The combination of mirrors - to track progress and ensure correct form - and lights will give your gym the feeling of roominess too, so take that into consideration when designing your gymnasium.

With a range of affordable and professional lighting fixtures at First Lighting, we’re confident you’ll find exactly what you need for lighting your gym from us.