Thinlight LED Light Panels

March 22, 2017

LED light panels are a great way to showcase your message no matter your audience or building that you have in mind. Thinlight’s light panels use cutting edge technology to make a product that is as reliable as it is energy efficient. Using LED light panels LED light panels can be used in a variety of settings for advertising and to highlight information. They are effective in almost any indoor environments from subways to airports, shopping malls to building entrances.... View Article

How to properly dispose of fluorescent bulbs when you replace them with leds

March 15, 2017

After installing LED lights throughout a facility, it is important to properly dispose of fluorescent bulbs that have been replaced. Fluorescent tubes are common in office buildings and other commercial or public spaces. While no comparison for LEDs’ energy saving abilities, Fluorescent bulbs are more efficient than incandescent lights. For years they were the natural choice for large spaces that need consistent, even lighting. Because of their shape, fluorescent bulbs can be cumbersome to transport. It is important to handle... View Article

Using LED Lights in Troffers

March 8, 2017

Replacing fluorescent light bulbs in troffers with LED lights in an industrial or commercial building can save hundreds or thousands of dollars a month in energy and bulb replacement costs depending on the number of light fixtures in the facility. LED lights outperform fluorescent lights in almost every category and the light they produce is virtually indistinguishable from light produced by fluorescent lights.   Troffers, the rectangular light fixtures in a modular dropped ceiling grid, are commonplace and standard in... View Article

U.S. Energy Mandate and LED Lingo

March 1, 2017

In 2007 when the government passed a new energy mandate, consumers were given more lighting options that were more energy efficient. U.S. energy mandate Ten years ago the U.S. federal government passed the bipartisan Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. Among other things, the mandate stated that light bulbs needed to be 25 percent more energy efficient. The new lighting standards were phased into effect between 2012 and 2014. While the energy mandate didn’t ban incandescent or any specific... View Article