LED lighting uses both light and energy more efficiently. LEDs are made of very thin layers of semiconductor material. One layer will have an excess of electrons, while the next will have a deficit of electrons. The difference causes electrons to move, which generates light. One or more LED chips (about one square millimeter each) are mounted on a heat-conducting material and enclosed in a lens. Selecting the right lighting retrofit solution is not as simple as choosing a fixture that delivers the most light for the fewest watts. While LEDs are known for being energy-efficient and having a long life span, there are many other critically important considerations, and the right solution is based upon many factors. Over the years, we have encountered nearly every problem and scenario imaginable, and overcome each challenge.

LED Lasts Longer

50,000 - 100,000 hours life span; Breakage resistant; Saves on maintenance & replacement expenses

LED Saves Energy

LED Lighting retrofits can offer business up to 90% percent energy savings, plus they do not emit heat, which can further reduce energy costs on air conditioning/cooling

LED is Environmentally Friendly

Recyclable. Contain no mercury or other toxic elements, and emit no IR.UV or CO2. LEDs have the smallest carbon footprint of any other lighting product.

LED Provides Higher-Quality Light

It looks better. LEDs offer better color rendering than Fluorescent or CFL with near perfect. color consistency

LED Saves Money

Reduces Energy Bills, qualifies for tax incentives and utility company rebates

Environmental and Economic Benefits of LED lighting

  • Newer lighting technologies emit less heat and can greatly improve Air Conditioning costs – especially in Arizona
  • New lighting technologies typically come with a longer rated life – this can greatly reduce maintenance, repair, and disposal costs over the life of the new equipment
  • Reduced lamp flicker can increase employee and customer comfort
  • New lighting technologies do not buzz or hum as older technologies do, this can also greatly improve the noise level and comfort level in the facility
  • Newer lighting can improve the appearance of facilities and products, with better and more consistent color rendering
  • New lighting control technologies can be included in your lighting upgrade to further your savings potential. These include:
  • Energy Management Systems (EMS)
  • Time Clocks
  • Photo Cells
  • Motion Sensors
  • Daylight Harvesting
  • Dimming Systems
  • Points may be available toward LEED and Energy Star building certifications
  • Improved company image as well as employee and customer confidence in your organization
  • Improved curb appeal through replacement of obsolete or antiquated lighting technologies on the exterior lighting system
  • Lighting upgrades are a great opportunity to address areas that are over-lit, under-lit, or poorly designed
  • Energy efficient lighting helps reduce a facility’s carbon footprint