Unlike fluorescent bulbs, environmentally friendly LED lighting contains no mercury or other toxins making them safe to work around and dispose of.
LEDs do not emit ultra violet (UV) light, which means the light is less harsh on skin and clothes, and won't attract bugs. Easy on parchment, artwork, and sensitive materials, LEDs are ideal for museum lighting applications.
The LED bulb doesn't generate significant amounts of heat, which means they are cool to the touch and ideal for heat sensitive lighting arrangements.
Resistant to vibrations and shocks, LEDs are one of the most stable light sources available.
Regulations from the federal government that mandate the phasing out of hazardous tungsten (incandescent light bulbs) lighting starting in 2012. (2007 Energy Independence and Security Act)
Roof space and orientation determines the size and production power of your system.
The amount of energy generated from solar panels depends on the size of the system which is limited only by your available roof space and your budget. It’s possible to supply 100% of your home’s electricity from solar panels. Most solar homes, part of their electricity comes from panels and part from the utility grid. The larger the system, the more power it can produce.
You can choose by what fits your home and budget best. There are three factors in determining how much of your roof space is available for solar panels: orientation, shading and roof structure.
We offer free site evaluations and consultations.