An investment in new lighting is a long-term investment. You save over the years, especially when you consider that led lighting will last you 4 to 5 times longer than conventional lighting. But how do you know that you will really see an actual return on investment? How does lighting in your factory not only pay off now, but also in the future?
Finger on the pulse
Ask itsme for a periodic check-up of your lighting. We visit your location annually or biannually and check if the lighting is serving you as it should. This is based on the arrangement in the light acceptance test, which serves as the benchmark for our checks. We present our findings in a report and also share this with the manufacturer, so they know how you are using the fixtures. You should see our periodic check-up as guarantee for you and the manufacturer, whereby both parties can always work from the same complete information.
Call one of our experts
Interested in a periodic check-up for your lighting? After a free phone conversation with one of our experts you will know the benefits for your organisation. Contact us for an appointment and we will call you within one business day.
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