LED Lighting Solutions
Bring More Control, Elegance, Energy Savings and Building Security to Your Workplace with LED Lighting
Now’s the time to consider multiple LED Lighting upgrades, new installations, and digital controls across your entire infrastructure. With the help of an ASD® Consultant, you can minimize upfront costs and enjoy an energy efficient and elegant experience of LED Lighting.
Services can be tailored to your unique LED Lighting needs for single or multiple locations and regional or national programs. Our lighting and control solutions can integrate with your legacy systems or we can provide new workplace technologies across your entire enterprise.
ASD® works directly with end users and can coordinate with architects, project management firms, and general contractors on LED lighting project initiatives. The LED Lighting and Control Solutions provided by ASD® are used in:
- Distribution Centers
- School Systems
- Corporate Headquarters
- Data Centers
- Government Agencies
WE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING SERVICES TO MAKE YOUR DECISION BOTH EASY AND INFORMED:
Complete Your Custom Lighting Analysis
- Quality of light required
- Color of light desired
Calculate Energy Savings and ROI
- Contact an ASD® consultant for detailed ROI projections
Identify Power Company Incentives and Rebates
- Investigate Tax Incentives
- Determine Qualifying Grants
Variety of LED Lighting Packages
- Custom Retrofit Lighting
- Smart Lighting and Controls
- Complete LV Lighting
Whether you need some rough numbers to reference in your next meeting or want to talk specifics, one of our ASD® experts will be glad to help you. Click below to view quick ballpark estimates based on industry standards and our project experience.
Below are some of our best LED Lighting project profiles. They showcase technology implementation that is functional, creative, and ultimately an asset to the workplace.
ASD® LED Lighting Products
The LED Lighting and Control Solutions provided by ASD® are used in variety of industries nationwide. They are UL and ETL Listed, 3rd Party tested and found to exceed industry standards. Our LED Lighting installations range from multiple outdoor environments to all varieties of indoor spaces.
2x2 and 2x4 Troffers
$140 - $200
$225 - $400
$200 - $375
$450 - $1K
$100 - $300
LED Lighting Pricing
The specific pricing for LED lighting depends on the types and quantities of various units required to meet your specific needs. Based on an onsite analysis of your facility and/or your list of requirements for either single or multiple locations, we can provide you with options and estimates. From competitive pricing to expert installations, all your LED lighting needs are answered when you ask ASD. Typical price ranges per fixture, including installation, are shown below.
Based on our experience, you can expect 100% ROI within approximately 12 to 36 months of LED installations.
Some factors that contribute to overall cost of the design.
Most local power companies provide incentives for conversion to to LED lighting. In some cases this could pay you from to 50 to 75 percent of the cost of your project.
MANUFACTURER & WARRANTY
Warranties vary from five to ten years depending on the manufacturer. Certain lights will have a longer warranty coverage which will increase the price per fixture.
Voltage lights operate on can vary. Typically, 277 volt lighting is about $100 less expense per fixture than 480 volt fixture. 480 volts primarily applies to outside parking lot lighting.
DROPPED TILE OR FIXED CEILINGS
On retrofit jobs where existing lights are in fixed hard sheetrock ceilings then a different size sheetrock ring will be needed to support the new LED light which will increase the price. For drop ceilings, the sizes are the same which will keep your costs lower.
For retrofits, costs to dispose of bulbs and fixtures of current lighting needs to be considered. Fluorescent lights must be disposed of properly because they contain gases and some mercury that need to be recovered. Upon proper disposal, you should receive a “death certificate” proving disposal was complete.
Controls such as dimmers, occupancy sensors and daylight harvesting will allow you to control when and how much power the lights use. This can reduce your power bill by up to an additional 35%.
Whether you need some rough numbers to reference in your next meeting or you want to sharpen pencils and talk specifics, one of our ASD® experts will be glad to help you with rapid ballpark estimates tailored to your needs or a detailed quote based on your exact specifications. Have any questions? Ask ASD®.
Common Cost Factors for Most Projects
Where is the project located? Some parts of the country are more expensive than others. Some rural areas may require travel due to availability of the field resources which could increase cost.
SIZE & TYPE ENVIRONMENT
Type of environment will impact price. Class A Office, Distribution Center, Manufacturing, Retail, Indoor vs. Outdoor could all impact overall cost.
Projects being installed with a Union Labor requirement will be more expensive than projects without the requirement. Some projects require a prevailing wage to be paid to a technician which can also increase costs.
Permitting varies from state to state and city to city. One city may not require anything more than an application form to receive a permit, while others may want full engineered drawings that go through a plan review process. The full set of engineered drawings carries a substantial price tag that elevates the overall system cost. Another consideration is the time required if the review process is a requirement.
NEW CONSTRUCTION VS RENOVATION
New construction will typically be less expensive than renovation.
LOCAL CODES & STANDARDS
Local codes can drive cost as they vary in requirement. For instance, in some locations across the U.S. all overhead cable must run in conduit while others can be supported with J-Hooks in the ceiling.
Pathways can contribute greatly to overall system costs. Costs of core holes sizing and cutting slab for conduits needs to be considered in your budgeting process.
ECONOMIES OF SCALE
What type of structure is being built? A system in a manufacturing plant is developed completely different than a high rise office building. An apartment complex can reuse the same templates for each building; this saves design time and costs.
Normal working hours will be less expensive than after hours or weekends.