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Goleta Fire Station Lighting Upgrades

April 30, 2016

*Press Release* Santa Barbara County Fire Station # 14, located at 320 N Los Carneros Rd, Goleta, has converted their lighting to LED using DELux LED bulbs & fixtures installed by Murphy Electric. Both companies are local, family owned businesses.

It all started when DELux LED had their routine fire inspection at their office/ warehouse located off Los Carneros. Jason Weaver, DELux LED President & CEO, struck up a conversation with the fire inspectors about lighting. The inspector mentioned that they had been working on a project to upgrade the lighting at the firehouse but they weren’t sure what the best options were. The firefighters were concerned with light quality in their living space, kitchen and work area. The County of Santa Barbara was concerned with saving tax payer’s dollars.

Jason proposed that they replace the 36 fluorescent tubes with LED panel lights by DELux LED. Jason describes the look of these 2×4 LED panels as “large iPads” with a high quality warm white light, that only draw 45 watts per panel (vs the 128 watts that the fluorescent fixtures they replaced).

Now the firefighters have safe and reliable lighting in Fire House #14 while the County of Santa Barbara is saving tax payers hundreds of dollars per month in electricity costs.

DELux LED products come with a five year manufacturer’s warranty and provide local customer support from their warehouse and administrative offices in Goleta. By buying direct, customers receive the most competitive pricing and highest quality LED products on the market.

For more information on this local company & to find out how to switch out your antiquated commercial or residential lighting, visit their website at www.deluxleds.com or call (805) 308-2995.

 

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