Take advantage of our LED (Light Emitting Diode) Lighting calculator and determine just how much you can save annually on your power bill when you upgrade your home or office lights to LEDs bulbs. LED light bulbs consume less energy than incandescent and compact florescent light (CFL) bulbs last much longer, and they make much more efficient use of the power supplied to them.

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Updating your current lighting to efficient LEDs is a great way to reduce your energy costs. The chart below will help you cross-reference the lower wattage of a new LED bulb as compared to an existing regular light bulb. The light-output will be the same, the only difference is the energy being consumed.

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The 179D Federal Energy Tax Deduction was intended for the energy-efficient design and construction of commercial buildings. A lot of corporations and business owners are unaware of this tax deduction. Largely intended to mitigate the costs of any qualifying energy improvements to commercial facilities, the deduction allows for the immediate reduction of the expense for the cost of property that would normally be recovered through depreciation over as many as 39 years. LED lights are part of this!

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We are very happy with the energy savings that our new fixtures have provided. Not to mention the light output.. wow!


Since the installation of our lights, my employees are happy because they feel safer, and I am happy because I am saving a fortune!

Mia L.