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If used correctly, lighting choices will give you the edge you need over your competitors. Start with selecting from LED (light emitting diode) lights for serious savings over time, and you will be investing in the best. Expect 25% of the cost of the store to be lighting—fixtures, maintenance and electricity—and you need to get the most value you can from it. Continue Reading →
No longer is LED lighting suited only for residential applications, but also for a number of major stores and offices. LED lights for retail stores offer several key benefits, including the following five ways. Continue Reading →
Seniors are the fastest growing demographic in the United States and are estimated to increase from 13% of the population to 19% by 2030. With 40% of the population expected to be over age 55 by 2025, it is important to ensure a better quality of life in assisted living and nursing facilities for seniors through the use of light emitting diode (LED) lamps partnered with sensors and dimmers. Continue Reading →
Light emitting diode (LED) light products provide a good combination of light quality and energy efficiency, and are an ideal replacement for high energy-consuming incandescent bulbs, which are now banned by the federal government.
Most retailers and 65% of American consumers have upgraded to LEDs or CFLs (compact fluorescent lighting), now that our natural resources and the savings in electricity are better understood. However, there are still holdouts whose concern is with the health issues associated with breaking or disposing of these new products, and the lack of understanding about the differences between LEDs and CFLs.
Comparing new and old lighting systems makes the choice of LED and CFL lighting over incandescent very obvious. It is also important to understand that special care is needed to handle both CFLs and LEDs. Continue Reading →
An essential element of in-store retail marketing is innovative lighting and design that applies all the principles needed to draw in customers and keep their interest and attention, as well as create the comfortable atmosphere needed for customers to make purchase decisions.
Altering the lighting design can drastically change the mood and atmosphere of an entire store, which means that with an updated, redesigned lighting system, you can revitalize a store and enhance its brand. Continue Reading →
Lighting options for your retail business must meet not only the need for cost-effective installation and maintenance, but also the ongoing cost of electricity, which means LED (light emitting diode) lighting is the wisest choice. The urgent need for security and safety outdoors is also solved by LED lamps, which provide illumination superior to incandescent lamps with much lower energy use. Continue Reading →
Retail establishments are waking up and understanding the many advantages their operations gain from switching from old incandescent or fluorescent to LED lighting solutions. An added advantage of LED retail lighting is better lighting for the entire retail environment.
LED is the acronym for Light Emitting Diode. The technology LED lighting uses is different from other lighting. Incandescent lighting has a filament that heats up and emits light. Most of the energy that goes to the lamp becomes heat and produces no light. Continue Reading →
When it comes to LED lighting, what immediately comes to mind? Most people would guess energy efficiency and that’s absolutely correct. These new lamps use a fraction of the energy that other types of lamps use. This means store managers can put a significant dent in their energy bill by upgrading to LED lamps and this motivates many to upgrade.
After installing LED lamps, store managers commonly also notice that LED lamps help their business in more ways than just energy efficiency. It is considered bonus benefits because they are a bit unexpected. However, these extra benefits are just several more reasons to consider switching to LED lighting. Continue Reading →
Pete Miller is a leader in the lighting industry with over 30 years of industry experience. He is both a Lighting Certified Professional (LC) and a Certified Document Technologist (CDT) from the Construction Specifications Institute.
Through his career, he has been involved with the design of over 600 on-time store openings and is quickly adding to this total everyday.Continue Reading →