Nov 24, 14
With the fall season in full swing, and winter just on the horizon, the daylight hours are shorter, reducing the amount of sunlight we get daily. This lack of natural lighting has the unintended effect of triggering seasonal affective disorder (SAD) in certain every fall and winter. This seasonal depression can remove the joy from what should otherwise be great seasons. Fortunately, if you suffer from SAD, adding more light to your life can work as a remedy. You’ve probably seen advertisements for SAD lamps with full spectrum lighting, however, what makes them different from any other light bulb or lamp?
Nov 17, 14
All plants grow at different rates based on soil and food supply. Nutrition and climate can also affect the size of plants, giving you more or less space to work within. Agricultural chemicals like plant boosters are used to artificially encourage or discourage growth, but it’s possible to get the same results by simply managing your plants’ lighting and temperature through temperature differential (DIF) control. By creating a temperature difference between the night and day grow cycles you can effectively control the size and yields of your plants.
Nov 12, 14
You pass them on your way to work, running errands or while riding along the freeway. Massive, colorful and clever, billboards are forms of advertisement meant to attract attention. Billboards are meant to be captivating enough to pull your eyes away from the road for a second, but not so eye catching that you swerve into another driver’s lane. Though traditional billboards are still popular, the move to digitally engineered LED billboards is seeing a steady increase.
Oct 22, 14
Thrashing pain meets you at the forefront of your temples, and suddenly it feels like someone has continually slammed your head against concrete. It’s a migraine and the culprit can sometimes be fluorescent lighting. But what can you do? Your office is filled with fluorescent lights and that old computer you use at home isn’t helping the situation. Luckily, there are solutions to your problem, but first, let’s figure out what’s really going on with that head of yours.
Oct 10, 14
Some people get into the Halloween spirit by dressing up their homes in spooky lights and wicked decorations. Others prefer a home with a less haunting appeal. If you’re one of the latter and haven’t already, consider decorating with autumn-themed accessories this season. Items such as pumpkins, scarecrows, and warm yellow lights represent fall itself more than Halloween, allowing you to keep them up for longer than you would typical October decorations. Moreover, you won’t be upsetting the younger kids on the block with ghoulish props. If you’re looking to express your festive spirit in a friendlier way, we recommend adorning your home with the following fall lighting décor this year.