Nov 2018-Dec 2018
Building and Area Lighting
Kachemak Gear Shed
4' linear lighting replaced hundreds of 4' & 8' fluorescent tubes in their warehouse.
After installation, electric bill dropped by about 28%.
Improved visibility of stocking shelves and storage rooms.
Kachemak Gear Shed is your “one stop shop” for outdoor recreation, maritime, and industrial supplies on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Purchased by LFS Marine & Outdoor in 2016, the Gear Shed was added to their numerous locations in and around Washington and Alaska.
The decision to move forward with a new lighting solution was prompted by dimly lit work areas and costly electric bills. Inefficient lighting easily contributes to the disorganization of a thriving warehouse, while ultimately wasting dollars on excessive energy usage.
Quality is a key player. Trying to lower electric bills with lights that don’t benefit the size of the space will not save you money in the end. Why pay for lighting where lighting isn’t needed? Not to mention an upgrade to LED lighting consume far less energy than traditional lighting.
Members of the Vision X team traveled to Homer to scope out the density of the project, acquire interior and exterior measurements, and analyze the current lux readings for comparison in our lighting software.
The customer praised the convenience of provided renderings demonstrating where light would be distributed and the calculated lumen and lux outputs of the building and yard.
Vision X lighting won the job ultimately by, “excellent customer service, and superior quality of product,” said Gary Squires, Gear Shed Manager.
The visibility of the stocking shelves and storage rooms have greatly improved. Meanwhile, the yard has increased security with reasonable brightness to deter trespassers.