FormFocus retrofits illuminate Florida showroom

FormFocus FFR LED retrofit kits are illuminating a Florida showroom and providing a drastic energy savings upgrade. Panache Events is a party event rental business in Pompano Beach. They recently upgraded their fluorescent troffers to 2×4 FFRs.   The troffers were retrofitted with the 68W “SH (Super High)” model and the 46W “MD (Medium) model …

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Custom capabilities that set us apart from the rest

Have you ever run into a situation where you just can’t find the exact lighting solution for your application? This is an area where LumenFocus excels. If the lighting solution you need doesn’t exist, there’s a good chance we can create one for you. At LumenFocus, we have a veteran engineering team that can provide …

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Get the most out of your investment with LumenFocus tax services

LumenFocus’ tax experts can help you maximize your return on investment. We utilize a tax-centric asset strategy to off-set the use of cash. If you choose to upgrade your lighting to a newer, more efficient LumenFocus system, you could qualify for several tax deductions. It is not uncommon to realize tax liability reductions of around …

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1.5-million square-foot facility to save millions with LED retrofit project

LumenFocus fixtures were recently used in a massive lighting upgrade for a large distribution center in eastern North Carolina. This project utilized over 3,000 LumenFocus products – a mixture of new high bay luminaires, strip and troffer retrofits in the interior spaces, along with updated exterior lighting in the parking lots. How will the customer …

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FormFocus brightens up local classrooms

FormFocus luminaires are brightening up classrooms in neighboring Granville County, NC. The students and teachers at Oxford’s C.G. Credle Elementary are experiencing improved light levels, while the county should benefit with a drastic reduction in energy compared to the old fixtures. The new FFLPs are about 66 to 74 percent more efficient than the fluorescent fixtures!