Leading Energy Efficiency Lighting Solutions Provider Releases Timely Report on the Six Basic Considerations When Evaluating Cost Saving Lighting Technology, such as LED and Induction, for your Business's Parking Lot Lighting Requirements.
A timely and relevant report entitled “Evaluating Your Parking Lot Lighting: Reducing Inefficiencies and Increasing Monthly Savings” has recently been released by Improved illumination, a leading lighting efficiency solutions provider supporting the Commercial, Educational, Municipal and Industrial marketplaces.
“This report maps out a series of steps that business owners, property managers, commercial real estate professionals, landlords, car dealerships, hospitality organizations and others can undertake to evaluate the adequacy of their current outdoor lighting configuration. Many of our clients are finding that even if their outdoor lighting has been replaced in a period as short as 3-5 years ago, their outdoor lighting may be inadequate in terms of providing required safety level of lighting, and may have become a major source of unnecessary utility expenses and maintenance charges,” according to Jim Feeney, Managing Director of Improved Illumination.
The Report lists 6 basic considerations that should be investigated and discussed when collecting the required data points needed to make an educated purchasing decision. Those six factors are:
- Color of lighting
- Lamp Life and the effect of Lumen Deprecation
- Financial including Initial Cost, ROI, Payback, Operational Savings and Maintenance Cost Reduction.
“This is the second in a series of informational reports that we are making available to interested members of Improved Illumination’s target audience. The first free report entitled: “The Proven Economic Benefits of Retrofitting Your Exterior Lighting: A Guide for Commercial and Industrial Property Owners” discussed in detail three factors our clients are taking advantage of to help reduce their monthly lighting expense and maintenance costs. Those three factors are the significant monthly saving available from more efficient fixture options, such as Induction and LED, aggressive Utility provided financial incentives used to offset the investment of replacing the currently outdated fixtures and, finally, favorable Federal Tax Code Incentives currently available but are expected to expire at the end of 2012. Please feel free to contact Improved illumination in order to receive this free report.”
Improved illumination provides exterior and interior cost saving lighting solutions to commercial, industrial, educational, and government clients. Improved illumination works with packing facilities, warehouse owners and managers, hospitals, lodging organizations, auto dealerships, real estate professionals and a host of others to evaluate and provide unbiased cost saving suggestions to reduce their monthly lighting consumption, hence their monthly costs. These benefits provide a solid ROI and a payback measured in months, not years. Please contact Jim Feeney @ 508.801.9205 or email@example.com to learn how Improved Illumination can assist your organization.