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Going green may seem to be the latest trend, but it is a trend with a variety of benefits for business owners. We specialize in retrofitting your existing signage and/or lighting with new energy efficient LED solutions. 

LEDs are the most energy-efficient way of lighting – they have an 80-90% efficiency, which means 80-90% of their energy is turned into light rather than heat. They are ideal for various interior and exterior signage, office spaces, and parking lots.

Price is not all that much more than revamping the sign with HO T12 bulbs and ballasts.  The relatively small additional costs are vastly overshadowed by the tremendous costs savings over the next five to ten years of the signs operation.

Through our years of extensive experience, with illuminated signage, retrofitting, and project consulting, we have developed the expertise you need to determine what LED lighting solutions will be right for you.


LED Lighting products are ideal for signs, displays, and back lit graphics. Additionally, we can retrofit your existing signage with affordable, energy efficient LED lighting systems.

Board room


LED lights have a greater color temperature range than incandescent, halogens, and CFLs, which allows for better control over your interior lighting to directly affect the warmth and overall feel of the space.

Parking lot with LED lighting


LEDs are quickly becoming the energy efficient, high-quality lighting choice of schools, hospitals, and municipal buildings. LED performance increases as operating temperatures drop.


Lower Energy Costs

The amount you can save will vary based on several factors, including number of fixtures, hours of usage, and the level of lighting needed. For example, a 50,000 square foot commercial building spends roughly $45,000 a year on energy costs related to lighting each year. Imagine cutting that by up to 80%. What would that do to your bottom line?

Longer Product Life

Unlike traditional lighting, LED lights last up to six times longer than other types of lights, reducing the requirement for frequent replacements. Quality LEDs have an expected lifespan of 30,000–50,000 hours or even longer, depending on the quality of the lamp or fixture. A typical incandescent bulb lasts only about 1,000 hours; a comparable compact fluorescent lasts 8,000 to 10,000 hours.

Safer Materials

LED lights contain no toxic elements. Most offices currently use fluorescent strip lights which contain noxious chemicals such as mercury. This will contaminate the environment when disposed of in landfill waste. Switching to LED avoids the cost and time implications required for compliant disposal and helps to protect the environment from further toxic waste.

Instant On

LEDs come on at 100-percent brightness almost instantly. Most fluorescent and HID lamps require three minutes or more to reach maximum light output. Additionally, traditional light sources tend to have a shorter lifespan the more they’re switched on and off, whereas LEDs are unaffected by rapid cycling. Some LEDs also offer continuous dimming, as opposed to step-level dimming.

Payback and ROI

Knowing an LED fixture consumes less energy is one thing, but how much money will it save you and when will it pay for itself? Based on energy savings alone, most businesses see a significant reduction in their electric bill leading to a recoup in upfront cost within 2 to 3 years and a 46% return on their investment. Factoring in relamping and labor costs can increase the true ROI by up to 30%

Tax Benefits

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 includes a provision that lets taxpayers who lease or own a commercial building to obtain tax deductions if they install energy-efficient lighting systems, according to the SBA. To apply for these benefits on your taxes, you must have a professional verify that any installed equipment meets the requirements for energy efficiency.