Over the past year or so, Root3 have successfully led the way with their Free Energy Lighting Survey and follow-up advice to many businesses. Root3 have been able to demonstrate to many customers the huge financial benefits and savings in energy use and shown the additional benefits of reduced maintenance and longer lifespan of LED Lighting.

Access to finance has been a key enabler for businesses to take their projects forward. Root3 continues to work with organisations such as The Carbon Trust, and have been able to find solutions for their clients to ensure that they can invest in projects and still save as much or more than the cost of repayments. Managing Director Chris McCormick says “One of the key points that prevents businesses from investing is the financial impact however we believe that we can now ensure to not only deliver the best options with regard to helping businesses become more energy efficient but also offer a financial solution without our customers incurring huge upfront costs. Lighting is responsible for high energy costs for many businesses so finding solutions that also improve light quality whilst reducing energy consumption is key.” Chris also added “Root3 believes that switching over to LED Lighting is by far the quickest and easiest energy saving investment a business can make, showing faster financial benefits and therefore is well worth investigating the best solution for your business. We at Root3 are confident that we can deliver this for you.”

Retro fitting in a working environment is Root3’s specialty as it is important to keep disruption to a minimum and ensure it is “business as usual”. By changing light fittings or indeed just the lamps into existing fittings the energy saving benefits far outweigh the cost of the projects. Customers can expect to see great savings from an LED lighting upgrade ranging from 30% to 95% of the original lighting costs. The process starts with an energy survey conducted by one of Root3’s experienced team members who will look at all lighting options and then deliver an easy to understand breakdown of existing usage and where savings could be made.