Technology progresses at a rapid rate and lighting is not exempt. Modern light systems provide superior illumination while reducing energy consumption and offer unprecedented lamp lives. A professionally installed modern lighting system improves the perception of your workplace, adds real value to your facility and significantly decreases operation costs.

It is counterproductive for profit oriented businesses to utilize legacy lighting systems. Legacy lighting systems require more energy to produce the same level of illumination and have shorter lives, necessitating frequent bulb replacements. While initially cheaper to install, they are not cost-effective if you take energy usage and maintenance costs into consideration. Furthermore, the light output from legacy systems depreciates steadily from the moment of installation, leading to subpar lighting conditions as the lamps approach the end of their useful lives. This is compounded by the fact that legacy lighting systems tend to flicker and cycle after extended use, creating intermittent light conditions that negatively impact productivity and safety.
Improved perception – Colors appear more vibrant and gives businesses a more attractive, “modern” atmosphere.
Increased nighttime visibility – Proper lighting is proven to increase nighttime traffic.
Improved security – Areas lit by legacy lighting appear blurred and colorless on security cameras, new technology allows for crystal clear image capture.
Increased productivity – No flickering and dimming, which reduces eye strain and improves general mood and productivity.
Lower operation costs – Less power is consumed to provide a higher quality illumination. Savings go directly towards your bottom line!
Lower maintenance fees – Longer lamp life means money saved on replacement bulbs and installations.
Go Green! – More efficient fixtures use less energy, reducing carbon emissions. Frequent lamp replacements for legacy systems fill our landfills with hazardous waste.

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