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Don't Forget Aerial And Exterior Lighting Maintenance And Upgrading

by Cooper Clark on Aug 30, 2018

    Big businesses are always on the lookout for a good way to benefit their company, but they sometimes focus on the inside of their buildings to find them excluding the exterior. This is a problem when it comes to regular light maintenance and replacement. It skips the following advantages. 

Serious Money And Energy Savings  

    It's always a good time to think about replacing your current exterior lights. It can save you a lot of energy and money if you have old MH lights which can use up to 324 watts in your parking lot. Replacing just half of them with LED lights can cut your exterior's energy expenditure by up to 70%. You can imagine how much your electricity bill can drop after that considering that the US Energy Information Administration reports that the national average spent on electricity is 13.05 cents per kilowatt-hour. 

     Even if you don't replace your exterior and parking lot lighting with LEDs, keeping them maintained and regularly replaced reduces how much light is consumed and how efficiently that energy is used. Lights lose their oomph as they age, illuminating less over time. This is a waste of money since they consume energy at the same rate, but you can develop a schedule of replacing bulbs before they dim to keep their efficiency.

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A Step-by-Step Guide to LED Lighting Upgrades

by Cooper Clark on Aug 15, 2016

We've already spoken about how beneficial it is to switch to LED bulbs. LED lights slash utility bills and help you make less of an impact on the environment, what more incentive do you need? With that being said, making the switch all at once without knowing what you're getting into can be overwhelming, even expensive in some cases. If you're interested in LED lighting upgrades, here is some step by step advice.

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Cities Switching to LED Lighting

by Cooper Clark on Apr 28, 2016

In April Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the city would be changing nearly all of its 270,000 outdoor lights to long-lasting LED lights.

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Batter Up with LED Lighting Upgrades

by Cooper Clark on Apr 04, 2016

It's that time of year again. Baseball players and spectators alike will be heading to fields all over the country for months ahead. With many a game lingering long after the sun sets, ensuring your fields are ready should be top priority. Spectator safety, entertainment value, and of course player visual acuity are just a few important factors where lighting is concerned. But lighting those fields is no small task. If your fields aren't already lit with LED technology, now is a great time to consider the switch. 

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Lighting Maintenance: A necessity to keep the New Year Bright

by Cooper Clark on Jan 14, 2016

We've all heard that we should change the batteries in our smoke detectors when the time changes, but other safety concerns need periodic attention as well. This year, as we welcome the New Year, consider your lighting maintenance program. What? You don't think you have one?

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Relamping: What, Why and When

by Cooper Clark on Dec 03, 2015

Relamping may sound exotic, but it is the most basic part of lighting maintenance. It is the first thing people suggest when a light starts to flicker and burn out, and it is the most efficient way to maintain lighting in your facility. Here are the basics.

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3 Benefits of Upgrading to LED Lighting

by Cooper Clark on Nov 12, 2015

Light Emitting Diodes or LED lighting is all the buzz in the lighting industry. As one of the most exciting technological advancements in recent history, it offers numerous benefits. Not the least of these is its extreme energy efficiency. We've rounded up 3 of the biggest benefits of upgrading to LED lighting

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Old Emergency Exit Signs? Replace with Energy-saving LED Retrofit

by Cooper Clark on Jun 13, 2013

There are many older type exit signs in use today that have both D.C. lamps which are powered by a battery, that operate in the emergency mode when a power failure occurs. However, NFPA 70: National Electrical Code requires exit signs to be illuminated when, either externally or internally, twenty-four hours per day in order to identify a means of egress.

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Topics: Emergency Lighting, Energy Savings

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