Commercial Offices

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, lighting represents 40% of the average commercial building’s electric bill. Reducing Common Area Maintenance (CAM) costs and improving the quality of lighting in a commercial office space is in the best interest of every tenant, landlord and owner alike. Investing in indoor and outdoor LED lighting can bridge the gap between ‘going green’ and saving greenbacks, with internal rates of return that are often greater than 20% and payback periods typically ranging from 2-5 years. Better lighting means better productivity for employees, and less energy usage and maintenance means it’s easier to keep the lights on every month.

Visit our LED Rebates page under the Get LEDucated section of this site in order to learn more about available tax deductions and potential rebates.