As the world becomes more energy conscious, many businesses and organisations are looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption and carbon footprint. One way to do this is to switch to LED lighting.
LED (light emitting diode) lights are more energy efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs and can last up to 70,000 hours, which is 70 times longer than incandescent bulbs. There are many benefits to switching to LED lighting, but before making the switch, it's important for us to do a site lighting assessment to make sure you are fully informed on which LED lighting is the right choice for your business or organisation.
A site lighting assessment involves taking a close look at your current lighting system and determining how LED lighting can best be used to improve it. It's important to consider things like the type of fixtures you have, the wattage of the bulbs you're using, the number of hours your lights are on each day, and the cost of your current electricity bill.
Once we have all of this information, we can start to compare the cost of LED lighting with the cost of your current lighting system. In most cases, LED lighting will be more expensive up front, but the long-term savings will be worth it. LED lights use less energy and last much longer than traditional incandescent bulbs, so the money you'll save on your electricity bill and on replacement bulbs quickly adds up.
If you're interested in saving money and reducing your carbon footprint, LED lighting is a great option. But, before making the switch, let us do an on-site lighting assessment to make sure you have all the information on how LED lighting is the best choice for your business or organisation.