Our new blog series, LED Lighting Everywhere, will take you through a facility type in its entirety and explain each opportunity for LED lighting in that space. First up, grocery store lighting and supermarket lighting.
Is it part of your job description to decorate for the holidays? If you’re a facility or building manager, or if you’re involved in public works, you might dread the holidays. While people enjoy the decorations, they probably don’t realize the hard labor your team endured to beautify your shopping center, school, borough, mall, etc. Did you know that LED holiday lights could make your job easier? Let’s consider the following points about LED holiday lights.
Indoor LED lighting provides a clear advantage over conventional lighting solutions and can free up significant time and resources for building owners, facility managers, and other stakeholders by requiring less maintenance time and materials. LEDs also benefit occupants of the building by providing higher quality lighting, and they help to drive down a building or facility’s overhead costs.
In this post, we’ll be looking at three types of indoor LED lighting that your company should consider retrofitting.
The primary benefits of replacing existing lighting with LED lighting are reduced maintenance and energy costs. While the initial expense of an LED retrofit is higher than traditional lighting, this investment often pays for itself within 3-5 year, and in many cases sooner. This impressive ROI means that your initial investment results in future financial and sustainable benefits very quickly. LED lighting is a positive addition for any facility.