Turple Communications, as a trade partner of Efficiency Nova Scotia, assists your business in the transition from conventional related to sustainable solutions through LED lighting. Based on the inventory and the current status of your business, we make a specific lighting assessment and recommendation for each space of your facilities.
This includes, in addition to the initial assessment, a summary report of the savings in terms of energy costs, the payback period on investment (ROI) and, a rebate and funding proposal, under the Energy Solutions Program offered by Efficiency Nova Scotia.
Our team of professionals will prepare all associated forms and documentation required throughout the process on your behalf, so you can focus on your everyday business while we work for you behind the scenes.
After notice of approval from Efficiency Nova Scotia, the products will be available for installation, and you can start saving energy and money on your power bill right away.
Thanks to our experience in the implementation of LED solutions, Turple Communications is an active member in many market sectors from retail, corporate, to industrial.
Furthermore, Turple Communications offers solutions with products to fit specific customer needs, allowing many different types of businesses where lighting has a major influence on the costs and quality of work to take advantage of these services.
– Increased client base satisfaction, with a more comfortable and inviting environment
– Increased staff productivity and safety, a higher light level promotes a healthy and regular circadian rhythm and decreases the health issues caused by flickering fluorescent bulbs.
– Less power (watts) consumption, resulting in a 60 – 75% improvement on the overall energy used by the facility’s lighting, that means saving money on your power bill.
– Less maintenance cost, in terms of the labour and frequent replacement of bulbs and ballast required.
– With an average lifespan of 60 hours per bulb, it is 2 to 4 times longer than most fluorescent, metal halide and high-pressure sodium lights.
– Elimination of more than hundreds of millions of metric tons of carbon emissions per year.
– Less heat emissions, that means 10% of the total energy is used to power them directly into heat.
– LEDs are environmentally safe because there is no Mercury used within the technology.