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LED Source Launches Mobile App

(Wellington, Fla.)—LED Source®, a national and international supplier of LED lighting, has launched a new lighting energy audit mobile application for iPhones and iPads exclusively available to its franchise owners. The Lampinator™ sheds new light on the benefits and cost savings gained by switching to LED technology and will help franchisees set themselves apart in the growing industry.
“We have been in this industry since the beginning and are constantly pushing the envelope to provide our franchise owners the best tools and products to make the lighting transition as smooth as possible,? said Marcel Fairbairn, president and CEO of LED Source®. “The Lampinator™ app is one more way we set ourselves apart as leaders in LED lighting.?
In the past, customers had to wait days for a sales person to create a lengthy, unsightly spreadsheet indicating their potential savings. Now with the Lampinator™ app, an LED Source® sales representatives can deliver a detailed snapshot comparison within minutes. The user-friendly app provides information on a location’s current lighting energy and maintenance costs, along with the savings an LED lighting retrofit could offer.
“The Lampinator™ is an invaluable tool that allows us to quickly and easily do a preliminary energy audit with a prospective client and deliver a polished report depicting their potential savings if they were to switch to LED lighting,? Fairbairn said. “By delivering this report on the spot, with real-time results, we’re helping clients make informed decisions quickly and confidently.?
LED Source® specializes in hands-on LED consultation through to delivery via its entertainment, architectural and retrofits LED divisions. “We provide expertise in the design, selection and procurement of all things LED,? Fairbairn said. “A client can come to us with drawings or a simple idea and we can take it the rest of the way.?
LED lights are mercury and toxin-free, 300 percent more energy-efficient than compact fluorescent lighting (CFL) and about 1,000 percent more efficient than incandescent bulbs, while using up to 90 percent less energy to run, and lasting 50,000 to 100,000 hours. “LED is a unique ‘green product’ because over time, it is one of very few green solutions that don’t add to companies’ operating expenses,? Fairbairn said.
Increasing usage of LEDs is also being promoted through federal tax incentives and local utility rebates that can cover anywhere between 30 to 100 percent of the cost of LED lighting for retrofit projects and other programs.
LED Source® was launched in 2005, followed by the franchising program four years later. It gained the recognition of becoming North America’s first and only franchisor of LED lighting, leveraging its huge buying power to provide discount pricing and cost-saving retrofits to customers as it seeks to play a key role in a fast-growing marketplace with unlimited potential. Since then, the company has expanded into Texas, Eastern and Western Canada, Kansas and Indiana. Additionally, LED Source® is developing in states such as New York, California, Illinois and Colorado and expects to sign 30 franchise agreements this year, with at least 20 locations in operation.
“Some people have no idea they need LED,? Fairbairn said. “Even if they want it, they have no idea where to get it. LED Source® is seeking to eliminate that problem.?

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About LED Source®
Founded in August 2005 by Marcel Fairbairn, a veteran of the automated lighting industry, and Gavin Cooper who relocated to the USA from a UK based LED Manufacturer, LED Source® is a national and international supplier of LED lighting that specializes in full-scale evaluations and retrofits through its Retrofit Division in addition to providing consultation all the way through to supply on new projects within their Architectural and Entertainment Divisions. Applications include commercial office space, schools, churches, theaters, art galleries, restaurants and nightclubs, special events, residential and landscape lighting and much more, including the world’s largest cruise ship and the stadium that played host to Super Bowl XLIII. The company recognized a fast-growing marketplace for LED lighting with boundless potential. As a result, LED Source® has consistently grown an average of 40 percent each year. Additionally, the company launched a franchise program in October 2009 and expects to have a network of 150 franchise offices throughout North America within three years. For more information, please visit www.LEDsource.com

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