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Starlights, Inc. has recently unveiled the details of a new venture in LEDís which is being launched to the commercial and residential industry.

Jan 12, 2013 in Starlight News

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT & CEO: We are now offering 110 volt LED light bulbs. These bulbs are engineered to last for 20 years (under normal use) and use up to 90% less electricity than the incandescent/halogen bulbs which they replace. In addition, they contain no hazardous chemicals (like the compact fluorescent) and are even more efficient than the CFL’s. These bulbs are simple to install (just plug them in exactly as the ones that they replace). No need to change fixtures or rewire anything.

As an introductory promotion, we are offering an across the board 10% discount on all of the bulbs, or we will supply them to you for 12 equal monthly payments. The monthly electric bill savings should more than make up for the monthly cost of the bulbs, and at the end of the 12 months they are yours forever- no more changing light bulbs (at least for the next 20 years).

We have developed a calculator which analyzes your current energy costs and can calculate your approximate monthly energy savings if you were to switch to the energy efficient LED bulbs. I can send you a detailed proposal showing you the monthly savings, lifetime savings, and ROI you would capture by making the switch.

If this is of interest to you, please contact me for more information, and/or supply me with some basic information, and I will send you a customized action plan. The information I would need is as follows:

  1. 12 month Average KWH cost for your location.
  2. 12 month Average KWH usage.
  3. Number of hours your lights are turned on and number of days per week.
  4. The types of bulbs you currently use, in particular:
    1. Halogen, incandescent, etc…
    2. Are they PAR lights, standard Edison, etc…- this information is easiest to find on the replacement bulb packages which you may have in stock.
    3. Which, if any, must be dimmable.
    4. Watts used by the current bulb
    5. Voltage
    6. If you pay an outside company to change the light bulbs when they burn out, how much do they charge per bulb?

With this information, I can show you savings in real dollars (I can also take a look at your electrical bills and calculate numbers 1 and 2 for you if necessary). I have attached an example proposal below for your reference. This is a customer who owns an optometry practice and changed out their halogen, CFL, and incandescent bulbs to our LED’s. Their average monthly electrical bill is $155. In the proposal, you can see the total cost, ROI in months, and monthly savings by switching to LED’s. We recently finished another job for a hair salon in which their average monthly electrical bill was $565, and is now down to $374 as a result of switching to our LED’s (their ROI was 8.4 months).

Again, thank you so much for your past business. Please let me know if you would like me to send you a detailed proposal, and I will do so ASAP. Happy New Year!

Jason P. Weaver; President & CEO

Office: (805) 685-8500


Dec 07, 2014 Arrow1 Down Reply
Gary Alverez

There is a television advertisement demonstrating a laser light that broadcast up to 4,000 lights on your home. This is supposed to replace Christmas lights. We saw one on a home and it was beautiful. If you are selling these units please make it more prominent on your site.
Thank You