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  • Writer's pictureCarly Legner


Reduced Energy Costs

In upgrading to LED, you are drastically using less wattage, which entitles you to a lower electricity bill. Plus, with your company using less energy there might be additional money through incentives. For example, in the State of Illinois, ComEd® offers incentive money through their ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program. With the help of a service provider, like us, we can assist you in getting the most out of your rebate money!

Reduced AC Costs

Have you ever had to change a light bulb, and you went to touch it and it felt like it was going to burn your fingertips? That is because incandescent bulbs use 85 percent of their energy to produce heat (Eugen). When an LED only ranges from a 20-50 percentage (Eugen). So, with LEDs you are producing anywhere from 35-65 percent less heat. And that is a big difference in the summer when you have to run your air conditioner to accommodate for the extra heat being produced from all of your lighting.

Reduced Scrap Rate

With LEDs you are getting brighter and well-lit areas for a fraction of the cost of incandescents. But even with better lighting, did you know there could be potential savings within the walls of your own company? With bright LEDs installed into your facilities, your employees could see their task at hand better and that could reduce your scrap rate/mistakes significantly, which saves you money on materials and labor!



Eugen. “Do LED Lights Produce Heat? - Led & Lighting Info.” LED & Lighting Info - Useful Tips To Improve Design, 11 July 2021,

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