So, what’s a little water, right? Wrong. Dripping air diffusers can stain walls, ceilings, and floors. And moisture in the ductwork can eventually result in mold and mildew, which can cause illness to occupants who are sensitive to these growths.
It’s no secret that LEDs and energy conservation go hand in hand, but do you know why? If you think it’s just about lower utility bills and longer bulb life, think again. We’ve pulled together some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) we hear from our clients.
In the lighting world today, education is key, especially as LED products are improving at the speed of well, light. The more you know about these innovations, the more you can avoid lighting inconsistencies, reduce energy consumption, lower utility bills, improve safety, and increase productivity.
LEDs are dramatically better than fluorescent lights. They have a longer lifespan, emit brighter light, offer a smaller footprint, and most importantly, consume less energy. That’s why many states have created incentive programs to encourage businesses to make the switch to LEDs.