Decorative illumination of buildings, festive illumination, architectural lighting installation, garlands, facades, high-rise dismantling
Using different elements of lighting, we like "snatching away" some elements of the building, emphasize those that merge with the façade, thus demonstrating object "in a new light."
More often, we can see the installation of illumination before holidays, for example New Year's Eve, and usually refers to it in that context. However, there are many holidays in the year, so using a professional illumination can decorate objects not only in the New Year days. Thereafter enough to change the key thematic elements, and if you do it right, illumination of buildings can be used throughout the year.
In addition we do other types of work:
- lighting private homes;
- decoration of high-rise buildings;
- office lighting, sports, shopping complexes, shops;
installation holiday illumination for green spaces;
highlighting architectural monuments;
- street lighting;
- industrial lighting and lighting of bridges, roads;
- high rise dismantling.
Typically, at the height of dismantling is carried by the same company that performed the installation work. This is logical. It is worth noting that the current technology of LED elements make it possible to use them for a long time, rather than having to assemble and disassemble them each time anew. That is, once the funds invested in quality equipment and professional installation, you can then use them regularly without the diagnosis and, necessarily, a partial repair.
"Altius prom." offers a variety of services on the repair, modernization illumination systems previously mounted on objects, including LED lighting projectors. Directing rays, subjecting them to engineering design, construction we can help find a "new face." What is done with success in large European cities, including Kiev.
I remember the phrase: "Beauty will save the world." Proceeding from the above would like to add only that entrusting "beauty" professionals, you deliver yourself from hassle.