Why should I get an LED lighting upgrade? 
LEDs are up to 80% more efficient and can last up to 50 times longer than traditional lighting. LED replacements are the future of lighting. They are more efficient, durable, and sustainable than traditional incandescent bulbs. And now, they are more affordable than ever before. 
Benefits of LED Replacements to you: 
Save money on energy bills: LED bulbs use up to 90% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs, which can save you a significant amount of money on your energy bills. 
Reduce maintenance costs: LED bulbs last much longer than traditional incandescent bulbs, so you won't have to change them as often, saving you time and money. 
Improve indoor air quality: LED bulbs do not contain mercury, which is a hazardous waste that can pollute the environment. By switching to LEDs, you can improve your indoor air quality and create a healthier environment for your family and employees. 
Reduce your carbon footprint: LED bulbs are more energy-efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs, which means that they produce less carbon dioxide. By switching to LEDs, you can reduce your carbon footprint and help to protect the environment. 
Switch to LED replacements today and start saving money on energy bills, reducing maintenance costs, improving indoor air quality, and reducing your carbon footprint.  
Important update - Need financial support for upgrades? 
EMC have teamed up with Crystal Finance to offer funding solutions, enabling you to spread the your costs at a fixed rate of interest with a range of financial options that suit you. 
Green Business grants are now available to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save money on energy bills. LED lighting and better lighting controls are specifically listed as a qualifying grant criteria (verified July 2023). 

What is commercial LED Lighting upgrading? 

LED technology has improved considerably over recent years. 
LEDs produce very little heat, making them much more efficient than traditional light bulbs, and are now the most efficient source of lighting available. We can replace your outdated and expensive lighting with an LED upgrade. 

There are now even more reasons to upgrade your lighting. 

LED lighting is expected to grow by approximately 20% in the UK by 2025. (Source: REOGMA) 
The UK Government has begun phasing out of Fluorescent lamps and tubes, aiming to eliminate hazardous substances and reduce the cost of consumers energy bills. 
Previous exemptions are now being removed and the production of many fluorescent lamps will be banned with the T8 fluorescent lamp and the T5 fluorescent tubes being prohibited for sale from August 2023. Read our article > 

Is it expensive to replace to LED's?  

The upfront cost of LED bulbs is typically higher than the cost of traditional incandescent bulbs. However, LED bulbs last much longer and use significantly less energy, which can save you money on your energy bills over time. 
For example, a 60-watt LED bulb costs around £2.50, while a 60-watt incandescent bulb costs around £0.50. However, the LED bulb will last for up to 25,000 hours, while the incandescent bulb will last for around 1,000 hours. This means that you will need to replace the incandescent bulb 25 times before you need to replace the LED bulb. 
In addition, the LED bulb will use up to 90% less energy than the incandescent bulb. This means that you will save money on your energy bills every time you use the LED bulb. 

What does an LED replacement process involve? 

EMC Electrical Group can offer the full turnkey solution from initial survey of your existing lighting system, to lighting design and full rewire and installation. We aim to make the whole process as smooth and hassle-free as possible, offering an end-to-end service, so you can focus on running your business.  
For more information about our LED lighting upgrade services contact one of our experts. 
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