Turn on some smarter lighting.
There’s a lot to love about LED lighting.
AT M.R. Electricians, we’re well-versed in all that an LED retrofit has to offer. Not only will you enjoy an immediate energy cost savings, you’ll spend a lot less time changing lightbulbs. LED lights offer remarkable longevity: you can run a LED light bulb for eight hours per day for a staggering 16 years before having to change it! And then there’s the positive environmental impact. Incandescent bulbs aren’t practical to recycle and CFL bulbs contain mercury, posing a serious threat to the environment by leaking their contents through landfills and water sources. LED lights have eliminated this harmful threat to the environment, as they are RoHS certified and contain no mercury. Cost-effective, low maintenance, and environmentally friendly—now that’s a combination that’s hard to beat!
We make retrofit LED lighting simple.
Taking advantage of these energy- saving measures doesn’t have to be complex or time-consuming. At M.R. Electricians, our licensed professionals can show you how LED retrofitting your traditional light fixtures allows you to quickly and easily harness all the benefits they have to offer. Lighting retrofits improve the quality of lighting as well as reduce HVAC run times because less heat is produced. That’s why an LED lighting retrofit is one of the smartest home investments you can make.
Go green and save some green.
M.R. Electricians values green-build technologies that keep our air cleaner and fresher. We’ve made a commitment to promoting and implementing low-cost sustainable products for homeowners in and around the Montgomery County, MD area. Contact us today to get started on your path to energy savings.
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