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How LED Lighting May Place Your HOA in a Better Light

Why, then, should an HOA consider using LED lighting?

1. Brilliant Light Quality and Color. LEDs offer instant brightness and are available in a variety of color temperatures and lumen packages such as cool, neutral and warm color temperatures.

2. Quieter Tubes. LED tubes function with considerably less noise than fluorescent tubes.

3. Increased Savings. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, LED lights use up to 75% less energy than traditional incandescent lighting. They also outperform fluorescent lighting using less energy.

4. More Efficiency. LEDs produce less heat than incandescent bulbs potentially reducing HVAC costs during warmer months.

5. Longer Lasting, Less Maintenance. LED bulbs last longer than incandescent bulbs and fluorescent bulbs. In fact, LEDs may last up to 35 times longer than incandescent bulbs and up to five times longer than compact fluorescent bulbs. ENERGY STAR Certified LED lights often come with a minimum three-year warranty that may assist HOA’s in reducing costs associated with both labor and replacement of burned out bulbs.

An HOA may begin reducing energy use by replacing incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs with LED ones. A professional lighting contractor may calculate any estimated incentives as part of their bid to install new lighting systems. Some manufacturers even offer engineer specifications for proper lighting placements to assist installers at no additional costs. This can reduce the number of lighting apparatus' needed to illuminate the same areas. However, not every HOA will require upgrades in their lighting apparatus' to facilitate the use of LED lighting. The bottom-line is that LED lights offer HOA’s more efficiency, less labor and replacement costs, and increased savings over time. Converting to LED lighting may just place your HOA in a better light in more ways than one.

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