Tips for Selecting a Lighting Retrofit Solution

Vogel, Kurt
November 2012
BOMA Magazine;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p46
Trade Publication
The article offers suggestions for choosing a right kind of retrofit lighting solution in the U.S. It mentions that energy-saving solutions for lighting retrofit installations include a relamp, a delamp and a forone replacement. It suggests installing retrofit solutions sooner, as maintaining an outdated system troubles more and create more difficulty and delays work flow. It advices to check whether retrofit products will fit within the current ceiling system and improve look of the space.


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