How LED Parking Lot & Indoor lighting can reduce your budget
How much can I save?
Many companies often have to make painful cuts, like trimming services. But there are alternatives that can generate long-term savings while adding improvements to existing services. One easy way is installing energy-saving LED lights as replacements for energy-draining lights. No one can dispute the long-term savings realized by replacing parking lot lamps or indoor facility lighting with LED lights. Upgrading to LED lighting can drive down typical building energy expenses anywhere from 40 to 60 percent, and with our Limited Time Only LED Savings Promotion– your return on investment can be realized in as little as under 2 years!
What about operational costs?
LED lights can last up to 50,000 hours compared with 20000 hours for most streetlights. Saving you huge amounts on your electric bill.
Lowering costs isn’t the only benefit. “LED parking lot and streetlights introduce greatly improved lighting quality, including improved night visibility, due to higher color rendering, and increased uniformity. A person can see less than 25 percent of colors accurately under HPS lights, whereas by contrast, LED parking lot and streetlights usually have a broader color spectrum, allowing color identification of more than 70 percent. “Law enforcement tells us this is a great benefit to them because colors can be more accurately defined by witnesses,” he says. What’s more, LEDs lack toxic materials and bring a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, thanks to both how they’re manufactured and reductions in energy consumption once they’ve been installed.
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Switch to Indoor LED Energy-Saving Light Bulbs
Whether your facility uses incandescent or fluorescent bulbs, switching to LED lights is a great way for your organization to save money on electricity. While LEDs do cost more, they only use a fraction of the energy and last a lot longer, which will help your company save money. When compared to incandescent and fluorescent lights, LEDs are the best energy-saving light bulbs for your facility.
LED vs. Incandescent
Most LEDs can last an average of 25,000 hours, while incandescent bulbs last 750 hours. That means for every LED you purchase, you’re saving your company more than 33 incandescent bulbs. Then, you have to factor in the cost of electricity. It costs $240 to light an incandescent bulb for 25,000 hours, compared to the $40 it costs to light an LED. A switch to LED can potentially save your business thousands over the span of just a decade.
LED vs. Fluorescent
Fluorescent bulbs, while better than incandescents, still eat away at your bottom line more than LEDs. Slightly more money than incandescents, fluorescent bulbs are still cheaper than an LED. Where your business will save money by switching from fluorescent to LED will be on lifespan and electricity. Most fluorescent bulbs last about 8,000 hours, compared to the 25,000-hour lifetime of LEDs. That’s more than three fluorescent bulbs for every LED. Not to mention, LED lights use way less electricity, running about 30 percent more efficiently than fluorescent lights.