Consider Upgrading Your Lighting...

  • If you have old style fluorescent (known as T12), incandescent, sodium, mercury vapor, or metal halide bulbs in your facility.

 

  • If you plan to stay in your current facility four years or more.  Even if you are renting, landlords sometimes share in the cost of a lighting upgrade, because it benefits both parties.

 

  • If you are a landlord looking for a way to make your space more attractive to current and future tenants. 

 

  • If you generally have your lights on more than 8 hours a day.  This includes exterior lights.

 

  • If you have light bulbs that are particularly difficult or time consuming to reach when they burn out.

 

  • If your lighting is subject to vibration, motion, or extreme conditions that shortens its life or affects performance.

 

  • If you have lighting in refrigerated spaces where reducing heat would provide an additional benefit.

 

  • If you want to improve your customer and employee experience with better quality light.

According to the US Department of Energy, 40% of the average commercial electric bill accounts for lighting.  That means it takes until May 26th for the average commercial building to pay its annual lighting expenses.  We can help you move that date back significantly and improve the quality of your lighting in the process.

A good electrical contractor can count your current lights and quote new fixtures.  The best way to upgrade your lighting is to work with a lighting specialist like Parallax in conjuction with a contractor, because we are exclusively focused on commercial and industrial lighting and staying current with the latest technology and industry trends.  The project will cost no more if done this way, and you will likely have a far more efficient solution.

If you would like inquire about a free lighting evaluation at your facility, please click the link below.

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