LED Lighting = Savings, Enhanced Optics, Energy Management and Reduced Maintenance
LED Investment Serves Hospitality Industry
Hospitality management faces unique challenges in their effort to serve highly diverse, demanding customers. As energy costs can lower profit margins,
they have turned to new technologies to improve controls and provide a higher level of comfort and service.
LED Lighting generates substantial savings vs. traditional bulbs, with average fixture conversion of 100 watt to 15 watt bulbs. Upgrades average a two-year payback on initial costs. Electricity demand reduction continues year-over-year, providing funds for other capital investments at hospitality properties.
Aesthetic improvement provides flexibility to offer tailored lighting options including colors, glow and control.
LED lighting system options include Wi-Fi programming and increased functionality for occupancy sensors, dimming capability and day-light harvesting.
Lower Maintenance Costs
Minimal to zero maintenance – bulbs last up to 10 years. Best in class LED products support manufacturer warranties.
Improved Energy Efficiency
Today’s most efficient lighting can improve energy efficiency 80% – 90% vs. traditional lighting and conventional light bulbs.
LEED Certification/Green Energy
LED lights are free of toxic chemicals or materials, and are 100% recyclable, reducing carbon footprints by 1/3 or more.
LED bulbs and diodes have been proven to last up to 50,000 hours vs. standard lighting, reducing labor and energy costs.
LED’s are extremely durable, built with sturdy components that will sustain and endure through exposure to challenging conditions.
Every hotel property design criteria is different, and LED’s can be engineered and designed to offer custom lighting options. Dynamic control of light, color and shade provide an unprecedented level of design and control.
LED’s are ideal for facilities operating in extremely cold outdoor temperatures.
LED lights brighten up immediately when powered on, offering building management options to switch lighting levels on demand.
Lower Power Demand
LED’s require a low-voltage power supply.
Cost of Investment: Generate Long-Term Value
LED will become the standard lighting option for facilities around the world within the next 3 years. Here’s why facility managers are choosing to install LED systems today: