Sunbright LED, one of the nation’s rising LED conversion specialists and LED lighting industry advocates, is pleased to announce its new, large facility and geographical expansion to offer LED lighting conversion nationwide. The company’s market-leading full transparency model ensures each project is 100% solely managed by Sunbright LED.
Founded in 2014 in Colorado, Sunbright LED serves both enterprise customers and SMB clients. To date, the company has completed over 350 LED conversion jobs equaling nearly 25 million square feet of lighting area-space.
The company currently serves customers throughout Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Utah, and is adding additional customers in New Mexico, Texas, and the eastern seaboard in 2023. Sunbright LED serves many notable customers such as Napa Auto Parts, Michelin Tires, and Microchip, along with dozens of regional SMB customers.
“We’ve worked quietly and diligently over the years to perfect our model of LED lighting conversion, so clients know exactly who is conducting their job as we are a one-stop operator who designs, builds, installs and maintains each customized project,” said Richard Spreier, Founder and CEO of Sunbright LED. “This is why our client roster and geographical reach has grown rapidly each year. Our team is dedicated to customer service while focusing on our industry’s critical work which reduces energy consumption and rids our planet of hazardous waste while moving our country towards increased electrification.”
As the organization expands its geographical service area in 2023, it also plans to continue its advocacy for increased LED conversion rebate options for businesses through both local utilities and the federal government.
“With nearly 50% of commercial space in the United States still capable of converting to LED Lighting, we want to ensure there is a voice to speak for the industry and the critical importance of these systems to reduce energy consumption, reduce the use of toxic materials, and increase the electrification and health of our great country,” added Spreier.
LED conversion alters an existing fixture (whether it be CFL, Fluorescent, or Incandescent lighting systems) to LED. It is a smart choice because on average, LED lights – especially those with energy star ratings – use at least 75% less energy than incandescent bulbs. Over time, these conversions will save commercial building operators money on electricity consumption. LED lighting systems offer a smaller carbon footprint and reduced greenhouse gas output. Emissions associated with the LED lighting systems are considerably lower than conventional incandescent or fluorescent lights. One LED bulb, providing the same luminosity as one incandescent bulb emits 80% less greenhouse gases.