Standard Stanpro has significantly upgraded the lighting of the back parking lot of Hardman Group facility in Moncton by installing 120W Classic Wall Packs.
LED Bell Shape High Bay luminaires have been used in this transformation to replace the obsolete original fixtures.
Standard recommended different LED lighting products to improve the lighting and help reduce the energy bill at Charlottetown Toyota by replacing existing traditional fixtures with efficient LED Bell Shape High Bays.
Mitchel-Lincoln Packaging has partnered with Standard Stanpro to modernize the indoor and outdoor lighting of their Montreal warehouse by opting for an energy-efficient solution that is the most efficient; SafetyMax LED T8 tubes, Edge-Lit luminaires, wall-mounted outdoor lighting fixtures, LED area lights and LED panels were used to transform their lighting system.
The retirement home in Laval has partnered with STANDARD to modernize the lighting of these facilities and build a new section of its complex; LED panels, LED reflectors, LED lamps and LED ceiling lights were installed.
The administrator of this office rental facility is gradually renovating the spaces between tenants, including upgrading the lighting system in every space of the facility.
This Laval-based restaurant was able to effect substantial energy savings simply by replacing its incandescent filament lamps with their LED counterparts without changing the look or redefining the atmosphere of their establishment.
STANDARD recommended an effective solution to elevate the illumination level as well as the colour rendering index of the Saint-sur-Richelieu hairdressing salon.
STANDARD helped this Canadian toy wholesaler to upgrade its lighting system with LED T8 lamps to allow 68% energy savings.
Rather than change the entire lighting system of the Transit Henri IV warehouse facilities, STANDARD chose to modernize the lights without having to convert the electric circuit, thus lowering warehouse costs during the installation process.
STANDARD recommended a simple and efficient lighting solution to highlight the store’s merchandise by altering the lighting system while saving money on Ashley Furniture’s energy expenditures.
A refit of the lighting system that created a warm and friendly atmosphere while significantly reducing energy consumption and maintenance work.
STANDARD suggested that the World Trade Centre Montréal replace its T8 fluorescent tubes to save on energy costs.
STANDARD helped Grafton Fraser update the lighting system in all its stores to enhance the true colours of its merchandise in more than 120 clothing installations across Canada.
STANDARD provided a straightforward and economical fixture-changing solution to the JC Perreault store in St-Hubert, one that enhanced the contemporary, elegant look of the store.
STANDARD has replaced all traditional halogen lamps at the Yoga Santé studio with LED Ambiance.
La Cordée of St-Hubert collaborated with STANDARD to relamp its store which made the products color pop up and sale better.
The Gravenhurst Town Hall modernized its lighting system to reduce maintenance and energy consumption costs, with a 105% 5-year ROI.
In an effort to highlight the contemporary artwork displayed in his Sutton art gallery, the administrator opted to install STANDARD’s PAR20 LED lamps.
STANDARD replaced all fluorescent T8 lamps with LED's at Honco Soccer Complex in order to cut down on energy costs and improve lighting in each sports station.
STANDARD helped create a festive atmosphere in Riverview when it suggested installing Christmas lights to light up the Town’s riverfront along the Petitcodiac River.