Rather than specific accounts we work on an invoice basis with trade. Just let us know your product requirements with a billing and shipping address via email and we shall send you a trade invoice. Discount levels vary depending on products / numbers being ordered.
Which trades do you offer discount?
There are several trades connected to trade lighting design to which we offer discount, including:
- Electrical Engineering and Installation
- Interior Designers
- Construction companies
- Lighting Fixture Manufacturers
- Lighting Controls and Automation companies
- Electrical Contracting and Maintenance companies
- Building Automation and Control System companies
- Sustainable Design and Energy Efficiency companies
- Artistic Fabrication and Custom Design studios
This list is not exhaustive, if your company is connected to the interior design / lighting genre please contact us to check if we can offer a trade discount.
We are immensely proud to offer an NHS discount on all chandeliers and lighting products as a small token of gratitude for the incredible work done by our NHS heroes. It is our little way of giving back and showing appreciation for their tireless efforts in keeping us safe and healthy. We stand in solidarity with our NHS and are honoured to serve those who serve us every day.
What is invoicing?
An architect / interior designers trade discount invoice is a document used by a seller to request payment from a buyer for goods or services that are to be provided. It is a legal record of the transaction and typically includes information such as the name and address of both the buyer and seller, a description of the goods or services provided, the price of the goods or services, any applicable taxes, and the payment terms and due date. Architect's Trade Discount invoices are typically used in business-to-business transactions, and they are important for both parties to keep accurate records of their financial transactions. The invoice serves as evidence of the transaction and is used by the buyer to verify the accuracy of the payment amount before making payment. The seller, in turn, can use the invoice to track accounts receivable and manage cash flow.