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Light your home for less

LED Lighting

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HOW MUCH CAN YOU SAVE WITH LED?
Find out how much we can shrink your energy expenses from a simple lighting upgrade. Contact us
Most of us will spend over $1,000 lighting our homes over a five-year period from a mixture of incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs. Now you can have affordable, smart, and beautiful lighting while experiencing real savings without breaking the bank.
Efficient
LEDs use 80% less energy than incandescent lighting, saving on operating expenses.
Beautiful
LEDs come in hundreds of decorative styles to create the perfect ambiance for any home.
Smart
Motion sensors, automatic dimming, and daylight shut-off on outdoor models.
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A little goes a long way.

Lighting accounts for approximately 10% of total energy use in the average American home, costing the typical household between $75 and $200 per year in electricity. That’s not a huge amount, but it is enough to justify doing something about it — especially when the advantages of LED lighting alternatives are considered.
 

Why choose us?

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Family owned and operated
We’re not just a business, we’re part of our Tupelo community: and you come first in everything we do.
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Work with an expert team
Our trained and certified team of local renewable energy experts are ready to serve all of your home energy needs.
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Save now, pay later
With financing options to meet your needs, we’ll help you find incentives and tax credit programs to maximize savings.

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