LED Lighting

Lighting that pays for itself…and then some.

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Save Money

Significant savings on monthly energy costs.

Energy Efficient

LED lights consume up to 90% less power than traditional lights.

Safer

LED lights operate at a cooler temperature limiting the risk of burns or combustion.

Why LED Lighting?

Short Answer = Save Money

LED lighting is more efficient than conventional lighting by up to 90%. You can imagine the cost savings if your building has 25 lights or 10,000 lights by reducing your lighting energy consumption by up to 90%. While LED’s tend to be more expensive upfront, you won’t have to wait long for a return on your investment.

Not only are these lights much more efficient than traditional lights they last much longer as well. A typical florescent bulb will last somewhere around 30,000 hours. A similar LED bulb has a lifespan of around 50,000 hours. Multiply a savings of 20,000 hours by the number of bulbs you have and it will add up quick.

Upgrading, retrofitting, or using LED lighting in your new construction is one of the easiest business investments you can make with a guaranteed return on your investment.

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Why LED Lighting?

Short Answer = Save Money

LED lighting is more efficient than conventional lighting by up to 90%. You can imagine the cost savings if your building has 25 lights or 10,000 lights by reducing your lighting energy consumption by up to 90%. While LED’s tend to be more expensive upfront, you won’t have to wait long for a return on your investment.

Not only are these lights much more efficient than traditional lights they last much longer as well. A typical florescent bulb will last somewhere around 30,000 hours. A similar LED bulb has a lifespan of around 50,000 hours. Multiply a savings of 20,000 hours by the number of bulbs you have and it will add up quick.

Upgrading, retrofitting, or using LED lighting in your new construction is one of the easiest business investments you can make with a guaranteed return on your investment.

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What Makes LED Great?

LED Benefits

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No Mercury

LED lights are mercury free unlike florescent bulbs which can be a hazard when broken.

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Dimmable

LED lights are dimmable. While some florescent bulbs are dimmable they typically come with a high cost and often flicker when dimmed.

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More Efficent

Perhaps the #1 reason people switch to LED is the efficiency. Up to 90% more efficient. The cost savings are quickly evident.

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Lifespan

LED’s typically last 50,000 hours. If you use your lights for 10 hours a day this comes out to around 13.7 years.

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Directional

LED lights focus the light toward where it is intended to shine unlike fluorescent bulbs which shine in all directions, wasting energy.

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Eco-Friendly

Less energy consumption means less dependence on non-renewable energy. LED’s help save the environment with each bulb added.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can You Use My Existing Light Fixtures?

Sometimes. Before determining if we can retrofit your existing fixtures to save you upfront costs we will perform a no-cost site visit and a free estimate before starting work.

How Much Will Switching To LED's Save Me?

LED lighting can be up to 90% more efficient then your existing lighting. We will need to perform a no-cost site visit to determine what lighting and fixtures you currently have. We will then perform an Return On Investment (ROI) calculation to give you an estimate on the amount you can save on your monthly energy bill.

Should I Use LED's In My Newly Constructed Building?

Yes. Simply put LED’s are a great investment. The upfront costs are higher than traditional fluorescent lights but we believe paying a little more up front to save you monthly over a long period of time is a simple decision to make.

Is It Worth It To Upgrade My Existing Lighting To LED?

The answer to this is almost always yes. We’ll perform our ROI calculation after a no cost site visit to determine the savings and let you decide. It nearly all situations it is better in the long run to make the switch to LED lighting. If it’s not beneficial we will not recommend you switch to LEDs.

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