- November 28, 2021 9
An end-to-end platform designed for contractors, electricians, and builders – V-TAC Volts lets users easily browse among the 3500+ SKUs in our catalogue and create comprehensive project lists which can be downloaded or shared via email. The platform also rewards users for buying V-TAC products from distributors by providing you with loyalty points for every purchase made.
DID YOU KNOW – You can get a £20 sign up bonus when you register for a V-TAC Volts account! You can use this to order your preferred sample V-TAC products right from your account.
Simply create your Wish List on your Volts account and order your
- September 10, 2021 1
The global pandemic had us spending more time at home, and it probably has sparked initiatives to renovate or redecorate. Changing and stepping up the lighting in any room is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to do so, and V-TAC has just the product to upgrade the aesthetics and feel of any bedroom, home office, gaming room, studio, and more.
- Augusti 02, 2021
A Symbol of the City's Maritime History
Formerly the headquarters of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board or simply the 'Dock Offices' for 87 years, the Port of Liverpool building is one of the country's many historic structures. Being one of the 'Three Graces' (the other two being The Royal Liver Building & The Cunard Building), it is a world-renowned symbol of the city's maritime history in one of Britain's biggest ports.
Just before its hundredth birthday in 2009, a £10m restoration project was started on The Port of Liverpool Building. This lasted three years, and the idea was to bring back to life all the unique features and give it back its original glory.
- Juni 22, 2021 2
The Client: Al Hubaishi Football Stadium
The Al-Hubaishi Football Stadium – named in memory of Muhammad Ali Al-Hubaishi from the Al Ahrar Football Club (now called Al Tilal) – was built in the 1930's and it is one of the oldest football stadiums in the Arab world. After a lengthy period of restoration work, it opened and also welcomed the continuation of competitive football in Yemen last December 2020.
The Project: Sports Lighting Upgrade
The Yemeni football league has been cancelled since 2014 due to the Civil War which also stopped all other footballing activities in the Middle Eastern country. Restoration work started leading to its reopening last December 2020, which included lighting upg