Receive A Free LED Lighting Audit For Your Home from REenergizeCO
Did you know?
Upgraded lighting can save money by reducingÂ energy use, and result in increased comfort.
Homes use more electricity for lighting than any other source. Every step to lower your lighting use, from installing energy efficient lighting to operating lights only where and when you need them, can significantly lower your energy bills and earn substantial rebates.
LED lighting is the most common, inexpensive, and efficient.
LED stands for Light Emitting DiodeÂ and they have revolutionized the lighting industry. LED lights have different spectrums of light from yellow to a very bright white/blue. The light temperature is measured in Kelvin(k) and the proper residential soft light is 2700k. This type of light looks identical to incandescent bulbs but use 80% less electricity. Prices have dropped drastically making these bulbs much more affordable. Additionally, LED bulbs are smaller and last 20 years or around 100,000 burn hours compared to a regular bulb which lasts 2 years or 5,000 burn hours.
Our lighting program offers rebates and special services for residential homes.
Earn significant rebates while lowering your lighting costs. The Lighting program offers qualifying homes:
- A free lighting audit- including cost-saving recommendations and payback periodsâ€”performed by one of REenergizeCOâ€™s Energy Efficiency Experts.
- Substantial rebate incentives for installing energy-saving measures.
- Start-to-finish oversight of your lighting upgrade.
If You Qualify For The Lighting Program, Our REenergizeCO Representative, and Xcel Energy Will:
- Walk through your home and offer suggestions to cut costs and improve lighting.
- Explain the recommendations and savings identified in your audit report.
- Xcel Energy will serve as a liaison between you and our contractors installing your new energy efficient equipment to ensure a quality installation.
- We complete and submit all rebate paperwork.
(Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, 2003 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey)