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.
When we discuss parking lot lighting, we referencing the pole mounted lights frequently seen in parking lots around the country. These outdoor light fixtures, if converted to light emitting diodes (LED) can provide excellent benefits to both building owners and facility managers alike.
Parking lot lighting is a term used to describe the outdoor lighting that is commonly mounted on poles and located in parking lots, pathways, and driveways. This type of exterior lighting is generally used to provide illumination for vehicles and pedestrian to use.
Parking lot and area lighting is something we all encounter on a daily basis. This type of lighting is used in every shopping center, office complex, warehouse or distribution center, and school district around the country. This post discusses that pole mounted outdoor lighting used to illuminate parking lots for vehicles and pedestrians. Below we'll address the common issues experienced by those managing parking lot and area lighting fixtures that utilize HID lamps such as metal halide and high pressure sodium, all of which are old parking lot lights.
Real estate organizations in the area beginning to realize the benefits of transitioning buildings, parking lots, and area lighting to LED technology. Below we will share a few pictures and results from various applications that have benefitted real estate organizations and businesses by improving lighting quality, increasing energy efficiency, decreasing maintenance, and improving the overall aesthetic of a place. Did you even know that LED wall pack lights and LED pole lights could accomplish all that for your organization? Read below and learn more!
How important is the parking lot at your building or facility? Hugely! A parking lot provides the means for tenants, clients, and visitors to access your buildings or businesses. But when was the last time your lot got an update? What about an update that also cut down on your monthly costs and made your organization more energy-efficient? We’re not talking about restriping the asphalt...we’re talking about replacing your lighting fixtures with LED pole lighting.
Stouch Lighting is happy to announce the recent completion of an LED conversion for RJ Waters and Associates, a commercial real estate development company based in Southeast Pennsylvania. The Company manages more than 2.4 million square feet of retail space in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Delaware, and maintains relationships with more than 350 tenants. RJ Waters and Associates is one of the premier commercial real estate development companies on the east coast, and they take great pride in maintaining properties for the benefit of tenants, consumers, and visitors alike.
For this particular project, Stouch Lighting completed an LED pole lights retrofit at the Oak Springs Shopping Center in Warrenton, Virginia. Let’s learn more!
We wanted to take a minute to share a cool industry story we’re following that involves the internet of things, LEDs, and Europe. Have we piqued your interest? It’s definitely an initiative we thought worth sharing. So without any further delay, here’s something game-changing to look for in the near future: 4G and LTE network capability on your street lights. According to LEDInside.com, the new LED light poles called “smart poles” are being brought to market in a joint effort by Philips Lighting and Ericsson. The technology combines LED lighting expertise from Philips with the “small cell,” “high-speed broadband” network capability from Ericsson. The design involves an integrated antenna and is driven by an expected increase in mobile device use. The companies are focusing on the European market but the first city to actually adopt the technology is Los Angeles. If initial roll out is successful, there’s little doubt you could see the new smart poles being adopted in other major metropolitan areas around the United States and the world.
LED lighting technology isn’t exactly a new thing, but there are still many industries and organizations that would benefit from learning a little more about these energy efficient lighting solutions. In this blog, we’ll discuss how indoor and outdoor LED lights can positively impact the aesthetic, efficiency, and financial bottom line for real estate organizations. We’ll also provide some helpful comparisons between conventional lighting solutions and LED lighting for real estate organizations.
When facility managers or owners are looking at how to save money or cut down on overhead, lighting is a solution that is often overlooked. But this is an unfortunate circumstance; energy efficient lighting solutions can help an organization decrease energy consumption and maintenance costs and provide better lighting. This becomes especially true in commercial, industrial, real estate, and other applications where literally thousands of bulbs are in use every single day. Let’s discuss some of the tools currently on the market that can help facility managers and owners enhance their current lighting solution and meet their consumption, maintenance, and quality goals.