Town Upgrades To LED’s At No Cost

The City of Burton, Michigan is looking to LED lighting as a way to save energy and trim the cities budget. Burton is installing LED lighting inside buildings and in parking lots of City Hall, the Police Administration buildings and the Department of Public Works. The new LED lights are being paid for in part by a grant from the state and with rebates from Consumer Energy ranging from $10 to $22 per light, the upgrade to LED’s could come at no cost to taxpayers. The new LED lights will save the city almost $95,000 in lighting costs. They have an 11 year life expectancy saving the city another $4800 annually in maintenance costs. Trim the cost of lighting your waterfront bar or restaurant with underwater LED lighting. Save big on lighting and maintenance costs.


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