Lighting Maintenance Boise – About Us
Call for a free estimate and lighting consultation: (208) 880-9012
Lighting Maintenance Boise is actually the backbone of Kraemer Electric LLC. I’m the owner/manager, Scott Kraemer, and I’m a certified, licensed, and insured Electrician in the State of Idaho.
I’m a firm believer in seeing a return on investments that I make for my own business and that is why my team works so hard for our lighting maintenance clients. We’ve never – not been able to make a positive difference in the lighting situations for the major Treasure Valley businesses that we serve.
We look forward to serving you, saving you money, and brightening up your workplace!
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Kraemer Electric is the energy efficient lighting experts! Kraemer Electric performed a retrofit on our lot lights and installed a wireless control system that gives us unprecedented control over our lights.
We are able to get maximum savings without compromising our sales lots or security though the night.
We are even able to monitor our lighting and electrical usage trends and develop an accurate maintenance program.
Kraemer Electric extends great service and has extensive knowledge of lighting and the different technologies.
They truly worked with us to find the right technology for our needs. Kraemer Electric is great for anything from running power to new locations to keeping our lights running each month.
We wouldn’t call anyone else!
Mike Moore – General Manager
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Our professional lighting maintenance and services include everything below and more – just ask us!
Lighting Maintenance Plans
Parking Lot Lights
Car Lot Lights
Energy Saving Retrofits
Energy Saving Consultations
Idaho Power Incentives
Monthly Lighting Maintenance
A lighting control system is an intelligent network based lighting control solution that incorporates communication between various system inputs and outputs related to lighting control with the use of one or more central computing devices. Lighting control systems are widely used on both indoor and outdoor lighting of commercial, industrial, and residential spaces. Lighting control systems serve to provide the right amount of light where and when it is needed.
Lighting control systems are employed to maximize the energy savings from the lighting system, satisfy building codes, or comply with green building and energy conservation programs. Lighting control systems are often referred to under the term Smart Lighting.
The term lighting controls is typically used to indicate stand-alone control of the lighting within a space. This may include occupancy sensors, timeclocks, and photocells that are hard-wired to control fixed groups of lights independently. Adjustment occurs manually at each devices location. The efficiency of and market for residential lighting controls has been characterized by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency.
The term lighting control system refers to an intelligent networked system of devices related to lighting control. These devices may include relays, occupancy sensors, photocells, light control switches or touchscreens, and signals from other building systems (such as fire alarm or HVAC). Adjustment of the system occurs both at device locations and at central computer locations via software programs or other interface devices.
The major advantage of a lighting control system over stand-alone lighting controls or conventional manual switching is the ability to control individual lights or groups of lights from a single user interface device. This ability to control multiple light sources from a user device allows complex lighting scenes to be created. A room may have multiple scenes pre-set, each one created for different activities in the room. A major benefit of lighting control systems is reduced energy consumption. Longer lamp life is also gained when dimming and switching off lights when not in use. Wireless lighting control systems provide additional benefits including reduced installation costs and increased flexibility over where switches and sensors may be placed.