If you are looking to transform your office into a net zero building, the lighting you choose will have a huge impact on your success. It is crucial that your lighting be very energy efficient; LEDs will be your best option for efficiency, and they have the added benefit of running cool (so they won’t increase your air conditioning needs). Adding totally-off-grid solar lighting where possible is another great way to reduce energy consumption. Read on to find out more about both of these options!
Hospitals and other healthcare facilities require specific types of lighting. From waiting rooms, to patient suites, to hallways, to operating rooms, complex and varying requirements must be met. Our team is ready to provide the best lighting solution for each application, meeting the highest quality and performance standards to help with patient healing, staff comfort, and technical accuracy.
Lighting rebates have been around since the 80s, yet many people still have some long-held, misplaced beliefs about these incentives. Here, we'll shed some light on some of the most common misconceptions.
Many people struggle with what to do with old fluorescent tubes. To avoid the risk of damaging the environment, fluorescent tubes should be recycled as hazardous waste. Hazardous waste recycling can get complicated, but we are here to help.
As LED technology continues to advance, and the availability of smart control options has increased in the marketplace, the Design Lights Consortium has worked with lighting manufacturers to establish new DLC rules. We break some of the latest down & tell you what it means for you in this blog post.
By eliminating these potential health risks, UV-C light creates a safer learning environment for children, and a safer working environment for faculty and staff. But does UV light really work, and if it does, how? We can help provide some answers!
How do you determine which fixtures to buy? While there are complexities—fixture mounting height, activity height, beam angle, reflection/absorption of room surfaces, etc.—our infographic walks you through the basic steps.
By choosing the right mounting height, number of lights, pole placement, and beam angles, you can design a layout for your parking lot that provides optimum light coverage. Our team is here to help design all your lighting layouts.