How this works?
We analyze the information obtained from you during the initial consultation regarding the application and lighting usage. We visit the area, check the brightness levels and interview the people currently working in those areas (if need be) regarding the lighting requirements. Current lighting levels will be compared with IES standards and new retrofit kits will be proposed. Energy saving using sensors and additional control methods will be proposed to further reduce energy consumption. For example, in certain areas in a warehouse where light is not required all the time, occupancy sensors can be used to light up the area as and when required.
We will also require information about your current lighting usage:
- Number of hours per day required for lighting
- Number of days per week required for lighting
- Cost of energy or kW/h rate
- Details on the wattage of current fixtures
LED City understands that your greatest concern is to control energy consumption and reduce energy costs. Transforming your lighting from traditional methods to LED lighting is usually constrained by budget limitations and high upfront costs. To overcome this issue we provide Return on Investment (ROI) analysis and financing services to help you save more energy at reasonable costs.
Too often the new construction project’s focus is on design and not enough on cost. Purchasing lighting products specified by an architect can end up costing developers two to three times the amount that it should cost. LED City provides a free value engineering service for new construction projects to source comparable lighting products that are specified. Our specification engineering department by studying architectural plans for your project and propose comparable led lighting products.
Typically lighting fixtures are manufactured in the factories which are then sold to the distributors through a factory representative. Distribution companies then sell the light fixtures to the end user through the contractors.