Rebate programs for commercial lighting are off to a strong start in 2021. After a somewhat rough year because of COVID-19 in 2020, utilities are ramping back up their offerings. This could be a huge savings opportunity for your facility.
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You've cleaned, sanitized, and disinfected your building. But how do you know your facility is actually clean?
You may think your surface is clean, but there could be an invisible group of pathogens lingering — a biofilm.
We are all looking for new ways to clean and disinfect our buildings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Protecting our customers, tenants, and employees is important now and will continue to be top of mind in the future.
But before you start using new products that claim to work, you should read the safety data sheet (SDS). The last thing you want to do is spray or fog a cleaning product that could be dangerous for your space.
Here's what we know: SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can be transmitted through the air.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says while most cases of SARS-CoV-2 are spread through close contact, droplets and particles can spread through the air under certain circumstances.
Is there an incandescent bulb ban? Right now, it depends on where you live.
Yes, it’s true. Some light bulbs and lighting products are considered illegal in certain states.
It may seem impossible to keep high-traffic areas free of germs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even with social distancing, areas like waiting rooms, lobbies, or retail stores can easily become crowded.
But this is where one type of ultraviolet lighting product really shines. It's called upper-room germicidal UV, and it's so effective because it can run constantly (even while people are in the room).
You bought a new UV product or series of products and you're ready to disinfect your building. But how do you know if the products you spent thousands of dollars on really work?
If you were hesitant about switching to LED, there’s another good reason to complete a lighting retrofit.
Lawmakers extended the tax benefit for businesses who make energy efficient building upgrades when they passed the bill that sent stimulus checks to millions of Americans.