National LED can install 100 fixtures or 10,000 LED fixtures throughout the United States. We have worked with nationwide companies such as United Airlines, Toyota, Dollar General, Advanced Auto Parts, Gamestop and Cubesmart.
At National LED, we’re known for providing state-of-art LED lighting and solutions for all kinds of commercial warehouses. When you are looking for a company to provide you with a high-quality LED lighting solution, we can give you the service that you want. We have provided LED lighting for companies such as Advanced Auto Parts, Cubesmart, Toyota and United Airlines. These are companies with commercial warehouses that are important to their operations.
We can help you with integrating LED lighting to your specific warehouse needs from the ideas all the way to the completion of the project. We’ve completed thousands of LED installations for companies all over the United States, and we have our work down to a science. The products that we offer are made in the United States and created for their efficiency and effectiveness. We know that each warehouse has specific needs and we work to create a unique solution based don those needs.
LED lighting’s very important to a modern business. This isn’t just because it’s energy-efficient and that it saves a business money, but it also gives you many practical applications in your warehouse.
Reducing Energy Costs
Warehouses are often very large in size and they need a lot of lighting. When you have us install LED lighting in your warehouse, you are going to discover that your energy costs are lower. Once you have LED lighting put into your warehouse, you can reduce your energy costs by 75%.
Better Warehouse Safety
Lighting will also play a big role in the safety of your warehouse employees. Keeping your warehouse properly illuminated will make sure that they can see any hazards in the warehouse and reduce the chance of accidents happening. Having LED lighting also can help your employees stay awake and alert. The LED lights that we offer are made to properly illuminate the spaces and corners in the warehouse. With the right type of lighting solutions, you will have fewer accidents in the warehouse and safer employees.
We know that your warehouse is unique and that what works in one warehouse may not work in yours. That’s why we create a LED lighting solution that is right for you and for your warehouse. We will take a look at your warehouse’s design and architecture so that we can create a LED lighting solution that is right for you. We will start by creating a customized photometric layout of the property and then we’ll talk about how the warehouse is used each day. We’ll create a solution that is made just for you and for your needs. Check out some of our case studies on warehouse LED integrations.
Choosing the right lighting system for your warehouse is far from easy, especially given that you may not know much about the important factors to consider. However, with just a little help from someone that’s familiar with the only three lighting options available in HID, fluorescent and LED lighting, the choice would get incredibly easy and clear. So without further ado, let us make a detailed comparison between these three lighting options based on the important factors you need to consider.
HIDs used to be the most popular lighting option for warehouses as they boast a high light output and can illuminate large spaces. They are still fairly popular even today.
HIDs typically offer a light output of 100 watts or better, which is great when it comes to ensuring maximum visibility. However, HIDs are the worst option in terms of lumen depreciation, meaning they get less energy efficient with a decreasing light output over time. They are also not very impressive with their color temperature, as their light intensity is on the weaker side and they are usually either too yellow or almost unusually white. They also have a “warm up” time which means they take a few minutes – often up to 10 minutes or so – to fully light up. The same goes for when you turn them off. This might not seem like too big of a problem but it can turn out to be one during a power surge as it would prevent them from turning on for about 15 minutes.
While HIDs have a low initial cost, they are pretty high on maintenance. They have moving parts and can get damaged if they are not maintained well or even due to building vibrations. The ongoing maintenance needs typically include replacing the ballasts and also relamping. HIDs do have a lifespan of up to 25,000 hours though and are also durable enough to withstand both extremely cold and hot temperatures.
HIDs are the worst option on this front too as they are the least energy efficient.
Fluorescent lighting is considered a more budget alternative to HIDs as it’s a more energy efficient option, but not as much as LED.
While fluorescent definitely has a better light output than incandescent and even HIDs in most cases, there are a few big trade-offs here. Fluorescent has flickering issues unlike LEDs, and they even tend to start losing their lumen output – meaning they produce less output while using more voltage – as they age. They no longer remain energy efficient at all once they only have 30% of their lifespan left.
Fluorescent doesn’t demand much in terms of maintenance though they are not fit for extremely cold or hot environments. Also, the on and off cycles can further reduce their lifespan, so you need to keep that in mind as well. They are also not as durable with a lifespan of only up to 15,000 hours.
As we mentioned above, fluorescent is more energy efficient than HIDs but not as much as LED. It also no longer remains energy efficient enough after reaching 70% of its lifespan.
LED is the most recent lighting technology but it has emerged as the most versatile and energy efficient lighting solution for pretty much every type of need, warehouse lighting being no exception.
As far as the lumen output is concerned, there’s no beating LED, although HIDs do come close, at least on initial installation. LED lights offer 100 watts or higher too, but their light intensity is very concentrated and paves the way for a much more comfortable warehouse environment than HIDs or fluorescent lights. The focus and light intensity is pretty balanced with a great color temperature. Unlike HIDs, LED has no such thing as a warm up or cool down time and illuminates fully as soon as you turn them on and the same goes for when turning them off. Similarly, LED lights remain consistent with their highly efficient lumen output throughout their lifespan, there are never any flickering issues, and they do not lose their energy efficiency over time like fluorescent lights.
LED lights have a significantly higher initial cost, but they demand virtually nothing in terms of maintenance. They do not have any moving parts or filaments, and the on and off cycles don’t affect their lifespan negatively either. They can also handle extremely cold environments very well, although extremely hot temperatures can affect their light output, though the decrease is usually barely even noticeable. LED lights are also the most durable with a lifespan of between 50,000 to 100,000 hours.
LED lights are hands-down the most energy efficient as there’s no heat loss when converting the energy voltage into lumen output. They use the least amount of energy while being a much better all-round lighting option. They are designed with a very innovative approach to use electrical current to produce light and to also emit light directionally to get the most out of the energy they are using.
If you have read through everything we discussed above, you would have easily come to the conclusion that LED lights are the best overall option among the three lighting options we discussed (and the only three lighting options available) for warehouses. Be it the light output and quality, maintenance or energy savings, LED lights are in a class of their own. Sure, they may be the most expensive in terms of installing and the initial costs, but when you consider the over long-term use, they turn out to be a clear winner!
We have a lot of different types of outdoor and indoor commercial LED lighting options that you can choose from, so you can find the one that is just right for your needs. Each of our lights come with a 10-year Manufacturer Warranty, and customer satisfaction is our highest priority. There are many LED lighting choices for warehouses, and they include ceiling bay lights, light grids and many other types.
When you are looking for a company to install LED lighting in your warehouse, we hope that you will choose us. At National LED, we work together with you to ensure that the lighting solution that you receive is the one that you want. Our LED lighting solutions are offered at a reasonable cost and they help you save money. Why not choose a company that has worked with well-known companies all over the country?
Do you want to learn more? Contact us and let us know what questions you have. We are always glad to answer your questions and let you know how we can help your warehouse be as efficient and safe as it can be.
At National LED, our customers come first. We understand that your time and money are valuable, which is why we offer custom-tailored LED lighting solutions to help you reach your goals.
National LED goes above and beyond to provide you with money-saving analysis, rebate management, and much more. We have highly-trained professionals that are standing by to help you, no matter your lighting needs.
National LED is not just a lighting fixture manufacturer. We care about our clients and strive to ensure your business has the perfect LED lighting fit the first time around. A combination of our cutting edge software and a team of highly trained professionals ensure that you get the best gas station LED solutions to suit your business.
You can rely on National LED for all types of LED Warehouses solutions. There are many advantages to choosing LED, and by choosing us, you can benefit from a professional company that always goes a step further for our customers. We are proud to be made in the USA, and we provide standout service.