Using Commercial Skylights to Reduce Lighting Maintenance Costs

By Jeff Brain | December 12, 2017

Being at the top of a successful company is a balancing act that requires focus, foresight and 
attention to 
detail. important to have a long-term strategy for your brand, but before you can post profits, you must account for a wide variety of ongoing expenses. Even if you're willing to make sacrifices, some of the most expensive necessities — such as lighting, and the utility and maintenance costs associated with it — aren't exactly negotiable.

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How Natural Lighting Can Reduce the Need for Preventative Maintenance

By Torrin Greathouse | October 19, 2017

Being at the top of a successful company is a balancing act that requires focus, foresight and attention to detail. It's important to have a long-term strategy for your brand, but before you can post profits, you must account for a wide variety of ongoing expenses. Even if you're willing to make sacrifices, some of the most expensive necessities — such as lighting, and the utility and preventative maintenance costs associated with it — aren't exactly negotiable.

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How Can Commercial Skylights Help Avoid Work-Related Illness?

By Jeff Brain | October 03, 2017

Research shows that the proper illumination of interior workspaces reduces the number of annual work-related illnesses. Useful for more than the sheer possibility of vision, light influences human health and wellbeing, too. When exposed to the daily shifts of sunlight’s spectrum and intensity, the body is able to regulate its own natural processes and strengthen its immune system.

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Top Tricks for Comparing Different Commercial Skylights

By Torrin Greathouse | August 29, 2017

Operating expenses will always be part of the cost of doing business, but the more you can reduce them, the bettebottom line will be. One of the best ways to reduce facility costs is to implement energy-saving solutions that provide ongoing savings. For example, commercial skylights provide natural light all year long and help reduce monthly utility costs at the same time.

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Learn How To Make More Money With Commercial Skylights

By Torrin Greathouse | July 25, 2017

For all of the benefits of natural lighting that are commonly discussed, there is one benefit for commercial facilities that often surprises. In retail, light can have a drastic effect on your business, and studies have proven that integrating commercial skylights into your facility can increase daily profits. 

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How Commercial Skylights Can Increase Your Profits

By Torrin Greathouse | June 27, 2017

Along with having a direct effect on building health, commercial skylights can be
beneficial to your building in a surprising number of ways. One that business owners
may not realize, is that they actually help to increase a business’ profit margin. This is
not direct, but the interaction of a few factors daylighting effects. 

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The Three Top Risks Of Daylighting

By Jeff Brain | June 08, 2017

While daylighting can be extremely effective for cutting costs, increasing occupant health, and ensuring a more beautiful environment, it does not always have a positive outcome. Despite the potential benefits,   poorly integrated daylighting can actually open your building to a number of risks. 

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Five Ways Natural Light Improves Human Health

By Torrin Greathouse | May 23, 2017

Despite the broad range of benefits living under natural light provides, our society is extremely tied to our use of artificial lighting. What may surprise you is the fact that this could be harming our health. By replacing artificial lights with daylighting, it is possible to counteract and overcome these harmful effects. 

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Using Natural Lighting in the Corporate Setting

By Jeff Brain | March 16, 2017

Studies show that integrating natural light can be highly beneficial for a wide range of different applications, including military, industrial, and commercial facilities. One setting where these benefits have often been employed in the past is in corporate offices. Because of their specific lighting requirements and high occupancy, well-designed and integrated daylighting offers an efficient option for lighting these facilities. 

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4 Key Ways to Reduce HVAC Use for Your Business

By Torrin Greathouse | March 14, 2017

If you were to tell most people that heating and cooling can account for up to half of many buildings’ energy costs, they would not believe you. But that’s exactly what the U.S. Department of Energy has found. Because of this, actively reducing HVAC usage can drastically lower a facility’s energy costs. 

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