How to Skip the Costs for Trenching with Solar Sign Lighting
Posted by Stephen Shickadance in Solar FAQs.
We know the story--the boss wants sign lit, the budget is slim, and someone is getting phone calls off the hook about when a light will be installed so customers can find your place of business after hours. We're sure many customers don't appreciate an unlit sign after dark when they're trying to find your business location. A loss of business means a weak bottom line, and installation for a lit sign or a simple light just isn't in the numbers. We've got a solution for you that might pique your interest: solar sign lighting. If solar is new to you, read on and we can save you some money.
Facts About Solar Sign Lighting
The Facts are in the Finances
The biggest cost with lighting anything these days is purely trenching; we've saved some customers several thousands of dollars on day one of installation for their solar lighting systems. We've received quotes directly from our salespeople that state our customers have saved at most 20 percent with solar powered sign lights. That's just initial savings. Plus, we're sure our customers don't like seeing monthly bills drawing energy from the main power grid. Use the power of the sun to illuminate signs and landscape.
What if Solar Power Doesn't Work Well for Signs?
We've got a pretty strong idea of the landscape in terms of how solar operates across the states. If you're worried about overcast days darkening more than just the sky, rest assured that solar isn't going to quit out on your day one. Our solar powered sign lights are actually rated to last up to an entire week, even with an entire day of dark stratus clouds blocking out Earth's closest star. We've got batteries that store the solar energy that can be buried to avoid unsightly bulk around your business sign. Or, if you prefer, you can keep the batteries above-ground for easier access when you need to change them. Just to be clear, batteries to power solar lights last up to 5-7 years. If you want to bury the battery, 5 years is a pretty lengthy time to start digging again. Regardless, you've got power for your solar sign lights even if the sun doesn't show up for a few days.
We've done the math and know the finances behind the figures. If you've got a sign that you need to light, save the money up front and go with solar lighting for signs. We're pretty certain the sun will rise tomorrow, just as it has today and yesterday. That's something you can rely on just as much as our products. Contact us to learn more about our solar sign lights and knock 20 percent off your bill upfront.
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