Green Lighting Remodeling Saint Louis MO

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Centrex Electrical Supply
(314) 535-3900
3900 Washington Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO
Lighting Fixtures Wholesale & Manufacturers, Electric Equipment & Supplies Job Lots
Lighting Equipment, Full Line Distributor

Cooper Bussmann
(636) 394-2877
114 Old State Road
Ellisville, MO
Exporters, Lighting Fixtures Wholesale & Manufacturers, Marketing Sales, Electric Fuses, Electric Equipment & Supplies Job Lots

Randy Burkett Lighting Design, Inc.
(314) 961-6650
609 East Lockwood Avenue Suite 201
St. Louis, MO
HOK Lighting Group
(314) 421-2000
211 N. Broadway Suite 700
St. Louis, MO
Creative Lighting Strategies
(314) 965-2728
1814 Armstead Drive
Town & Country, MO
Frost Electric Supply CO
(314) 567-4004
2429 Schuetz Road
Maryland Heights, MO
Lighting Fixtures Wholesale & Manufacturers, Electric Tools, Electric Equipment & Supplies Job Lots
Lighting, Electrical, Repair, Supply

Belleville Electrical Supplies
(618) 234-4844
12 Lebanon Avenue
Belleville, IL
Lighting Fixtures Retail, Electric Equipment & Supplies Dealers, Electric Equipment & Supplies Job Lots
Open Mon-Fri
Light Fixture Cleaning, Lamps, Track Lighting, Recessed Lighting,

Randy Burkett Lighting Design Inc
(314) 961-6650
609 E. Lockwood Avenue Suite 201
St. Louis, MO
(314) 425-8760
211 N. Broadway Ste. 700
St.Louis, MO
McKelvie Lighting Design
(314) 822-7114
1306 South Geyer
St. Louis, MO

Green Addition Remodel - Lighting

Green Lighting and Electrical

Saving energy is very important in today’s environment as the price of energy keeps increasing. Heating, cooling and lighting consume 67% of all the electricity that’s generated. By carefully designing your lighting and electrical needs, you can help minimize any additional load to your current utility bill.


Daylighting is an ideal way to increase comfort and aesthetics in a home while reducing energy consumption. Daylighting involves the integration of daylight with electric lighting, overall building design, mechanical systems, and interior design. Some examples:

Light Pipes - or solar tubes, provide natural light for the home's interior.

Skylights - installed on rooftops are intended to bring light into the home but they are not as energy efficient as light pipes.

Clerestory Windows - horizontal, narrow windows set high into walls, just below the eaves, or into cathedral ceilings. They permit low winter sun to enter, illuminating and heating much of the house.

Light Shelves - help channel daylight more deeply into your home.

Electrical Lighting

Electric lighting should be designed specifically to supplement daylight.

Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) Bulbs - Only 10% of the energy emitted from incandescent lights is in the form of light - the other 90% is heat. For each incandescent you replace with a CFL, you will reduce CO emissions from power plants by over 700 over the life of the bulb.


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