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LED Retrofit

led lighting retrofit project

The decision to change out your existing fluorescent lights should be an easy one. You’ve been diligently maintaining your T5, T8, and/or T12 fluorescent tube lights for many years. Whether those lights are high bay fluorescents, shop lights, or in-ceiling mounted troffer lights, you’ve finally come to the decision to do an LED retrofit project so you can take advantage of the many benefits LED fluorescent lights have to offer. The energy savings alone should be enough for you to start the LED retrofit project, but when you consider the superior lighting levels and lower ongoing maintenance costs you’ll realize from the LED fluorescent tubes, you’ll wonder why you didn’t start this project years ago.

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convenience store lighting display

Are your customers excited about their trip to the store to shop for fruits, vegetables, meats and deli items, or are they just going through the motions? If it’s the latter, then it might be time for you to evaluate your Grocery Store Lighting and upgrade to LED lighting, especially for your product displays. LED lighting throughout your grocery store will dramatically improve the look and feel of your store and can improve the experience of your customers.

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parking lot lights

In Wisconsin, where it seems to get dark at 4pm for half the year, keeping the parking lot lights on is critical for the safety of your employees, customers, or residents. Dark parking lots due to burnt out lights or uneven coverage can lead to an increase in vandalism, additional vehicle accidents, and other dangerous situations. Is it time for you to consider an LED parking lot lighting retrofit project? Here are 6 signs that it’s time to replace your parking lot lights:

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led-emergency-exit-lights

If your company or organization is planning an LED Retrofit project to upgrade your lighting, you’ll need to insure that you consider emergency exit lights as part of your project. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has established requirements that all commercial buildings must have clear exit routes from any point within the building to a place of safety.

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