Exterior Lighting

Exterior Lighting

Don’t leave your customers or employees out in the dark.

A well lit exterior lot is an essential but often neglected feature for any business. Just as with any type of signage, your building is an extension of your brand. Your exterior lot should be perceived as inviting and safe by visitors and employees of your business. A poorly lit facility affects the consumer’s overall confidence in safety, deterring visitation at night and impacting revenue.

Don’t gamble when it comes to safety. You can trust us to do the job right, every time.

We are committed to providing the best service by:

  • Responding with fully stocked trucks.
  • Providing guaranteed timely repair of outages.
  • Ensuring all security lighting & signage is burning.
  • Offering illumination improvement programs.
  • Verifying systems are fully functioning.

    Embracing Energy-Efficient LED Lighting for a Greener Future

    1. Energy Efficiency: LED bulbs use up to 80% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs. This means not only lower energy bills but also reduced carbon emissions associated with electricity generation.
    2. Longevity: LED lights have a much longer lifespan compared to traditional bulbs. While incandescent bulbs typically last around 1,000 hours and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) last about 8,000 hours, LED bulbs can last up to 25,000 hours or more. This means fewer bulbs end up in landfills, reducing waste.
    3. Lower Heat Emission: LED lights emit very little heat compared to incandescent bulbs, which emit a lot of heat. This not only helps in reducing cooling costs but also makes them safer to use, especially in enclosed spaces.
    4. Versatility: LED technology allows for versatile lighting solutions. LED bulbs come in various colors, brightness levels, and designs, making them suitable for various applications such as ambient lighting, task lighting, and decorative lighting.
    5. Environmentally Friendly Materials: LED bulbs are free from toxic materials such as mercury, unlike CFLs, which contain small amounts of mercury. This makes LED lights safer to dispose of and reduces the environmental impact.
    6. Smart Lighting Integration: LED technology easily integrates with smart home systems, allowing for greater control over lighting and further energy savings through features like scheduling, dimming, and remote access.