WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Access Fixtures recently launched a new lighting question and answer feature to answer technical lighting questions asked by electrical contractors and property managers. The new blog section, Lighting Questions and Answers shares knowledge based on lighting questions that Access Fixtures' lighting experts receive. Questions are about any topic of lighting such as types of luminaires, methods for lighting a challenging area, which lighting technology to use, what lighting level is required, how to save energy, and more.
"Access Fixtures lighting specialists receive unique questions every day and have the expertise to provide answers," said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. He continued, "Many questions have been asked previously or have similar themes. Access Fixtures clients benefit from being able to ask questions, while others can learn from information derived from answers to past questions."
Property owners and electrical contractors frequently call Access Fixtures with lighting questions. Access Fixtures' lighting specialists use product information, expertise and photometric analysis software to develop cost-effective and energy efficient lighting solutions. The new Lighting Questions and Answers section serves to answer our clients' questions quickly and effectively, and then share that knowledge.
For example, a real-estate developer called Access Fixtures with a dilemma. He needed to light a small shopping center parking lot. His neighbors complained about his using 16' poles and the building inspector prohibited the installation. Access Fixtures provided a solution, bollard lights that produce less excess light than traditional parking lot lighting, are less expensive to operate, and use less energy.
To ask lighting questions or read answers provided for other electrical contractors and property managers, visit the Lighting Questions and Answers blog or contact an Access Fixtures lighting specialist.
About Access Fixtures:
Access Fixtures offers commercial and sports lighting for less, and features light fixtures with LED, induction, eHID, PS-MH and CFL light sources that are long lasting and energy saving. With custom manufacturing capabilities, Access Fixtures can competitively build and custom finish luminaires and poles to the performance specifications required. Access Fixtures extensive lineup of interior and exterior lighting fixtures includes products for sports, commercial, industrial, residential and hospitality applications. Luminaire types include wall packs, area lights, bollards, garage lighters, vandal resistant, exit and emergency, high bay, low bay, linear fluorescent, track lighting and grow light fixtures. For more information visit Access Fixtures at http://www.AccessFixtures.com.
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