Changing Business Lighting to LED; What’s the Payback?

September 28, 2009

Does it Pay to Convert Your Business Lighting to LED?

Yes. Whether your business uses florescent, recessed, high pressure sodium or incandescent bulbs, your business can enjoy significant energy savings by converting to LED. Until recently, LEDs were limited to single-bulb use in products such as pen lights and outdoor Christmas lights. Today’s LED bulbs are available with standard bases which fit common commercial light fixtures.

retrofitsLED retrofits are ideal replacement lighting for fluorescent tubes, recessed lamps and exterior fixtures including street, parking, signage and canopy lighting. The benefits are:

Lower Energy Costs – LED bulbs use 2-10 watts of electricity

Longer Long – LED bulbs last as long as 50,000 hours

Lower Maintenance – reduced bulb and ballast replacement

Click here for link to web page with more retrofit information

Ok, so we know a retrofit to LED bulbs will significantly reduce your energy use and that bulbs will last many times longer than incandescent or fluorescent. Your actual dollar amount of savings is based on a few factors unique to your location:

* The type and number of bulbs currently being used
* The Daily Operating Hours of your business
* Your local electricity rate

To prepare your free analysis and quote, please list the fixtures and bulbs to be replaced and have a copy of your recent electric bill nearby. Then download the FREE LED Savings Calculator. Call us at 860-693-0257 with questions.

For projects retrofitting 75 or more fixtures, Global Capital Services, LLC can assist in arranging lease-to-own financing which is structured so that the annual cash savings will cover most, if not all, of the lease payments. Then, after the repayment terms available from 2 to 4 years, your company enjoys all of the projected savings from the retrofit project.

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