Frequently Asked Questions

What percentage of my electric bill accounts for lighting?

It depends on the type of business.  In an office building it can range from 15-40%, while in a heavy manufacturing facility it can be as low as 5-15%.  Warehouses or distribution centers can run as high as 50% or more!

Does energy-efficient lighting really save money?

Over the years, this technology has saved millions of dollars for thousands of facilities.  Lighting savings is straightforward energy reduction – –  reduced consumption equals lower energy costs.  Our project proposals clearly quantify savings and take out the guesswork.

Will energy-efficient lighting sacrifice or diminish the quality or brightness of my existing lighting?

In almost all cases there will be a significant improvement, with increased clarity and vibrancy.  Our design expertise and knowledge of the highest-quality, most reliable lighting products available help us achieve the best results for our clients.

Does Reliable do its own installations or subcontract?

All installations are performed and managed by our trained staff of installers.

When do you install the new lighting system?

Whenever it’s best for our clients, usually after hours, on weekends, or when production is slowest.

Will there be any disruption to my business?

We have years of experience with the most difficult and sensitive installations and pride ourselves on causing minimal or no disruption.

How long has Reliable Energy Services Corp. been in business?

We have been a successful, growing business for over 20 years.

Are there any incentives or rebates available to help pay for the project?

There are usually a variety of incentives and/or rebates available.  We are constantly researching the various programs offered and handle all the administration required to secure the largest possible incentives for our clients.

What if there are no current funds available to take advantage of this type of opportunity?

We offer a variety of creative financing options to suit our clients’ specific needs.