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As lighting experts, we know that lighting is not always the easiest part of job. But an electrician who understands a few key ins-and-outs of lighting can help add significant value to an electrical job.
For more than 10 years, LED rebates have been an incentive to upgrade to more energy efficient lighting. The same is true in 2022.
Just as a new year ushers in a new round of resolutions, it also brings about new laws, ordinances, and codes.
8-foot fluorescent tubes are a popular lighting product for many of our customers. They're commonly used in warehouses, industrial and commercial settings, and in some large retail and grocery stores.
Five years ago, National Geographic wrote about the phase out of an "unloved" light bulb that was close to phasing out. Yet, here we are still talking about the lighting product that quickly became replaced by LEDs - Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs).
If you're thinking about upgrading lighting in a commercial office space, chances are you currently have fluorescent tubes.
While fluorescent lighting is pretty energy efficient, there are several reasons why you would want to upgrade to LED.
Whether your multifamily building is apartments, condos, or retirement homes, you're probably facing a common problem: energy costs.
You can find a good deal on light bulbs at Home Depot and Walmart. Sometimes, customers bring that to our attention.
How do these stores sell at such low prices? Are they selling the same light bulbs as us? They are targeting a more residential customer, so are they selling residential grade lighting products?
Is there something different about a residential lamp when compared with a commercial one?
Usually, no – there's no difference or distinction, at least according to one of our top manufacturers. Though the products are packaged differently, their guts are almost always the same.