Improve Driving Safety & Save Energy, All With Less Maintenance & Lower Costs
Lighting retrofits allows for savings of up to 85% hydro use. In addition, get a incentive rebate from the government to help cover some of the lighting upgrade expenses.
With our expertise, we are sure to provide you with the best lighting solution that will maximize your incentive rebate from the government.
Old lighting technology can waste energy and require constant maintenance. Retrofitting your existing metal halide or high pressure sodium lighting to LED can save your company time, energy and money.
Your company may also qualify for government incentives to help cover the costs of the retrofit. We can help with the application for these rebates and recommend the best option for your situation.
Many parking garages have lighting that is still using old lighting technology like fluorescent lights, metal halide or halogens. With LED Lights, creating a safer, brighter environment is easily accomplished.
Some garage lighting is turned on at all times, even when no is using them. Adding motion sensors can easily reduce unnecessary energy consumption.
The first place your visitors see is the parking lot of your property. Make their first impression a bright one.
If you are still using metal halide or HPS lighting for your parking lot, it may be time for an upgrade to LED. You’ll save energy and money and the area will be brighter as well.
Lighting Solutions has the master electricians and the understanding of the regulatory environment to help you get the best installation for the lowest cost.
A lot of time unoccupied areas are being lit, which is wasted energy. Energy can be easily saved with the use of occupancy sensors.
Your property may also qualify for incentives from the government to cover up to 50% of the cost.
Our knowledgeable master electricians will help you get the best set up at the best price in the market.
Show off your vehicles in the best light with LED lighting. Bring out the true colours of the auto body paint with high CRI and allow potential buyers to see from the road with high lumens. With the proper design you can also reduce over/under lighting certain areas.
In addition, you will be reducing energy consumption, saving money, and saving time with fewer light bulb changes.
When planning your outdoor lighting, you should consider the following factors: purpose, placement, brightness, duration, and quality. How many lights do you need and how far apart should they be? Are you providing a safe driving experience?
Bad lighting can lead to dangerous driving conditions, wasting of our natural resources and your money. Lean on lighting experts to guide you to making the right decisions when it comes to lighting.