More and more convenience store owners, 7-Eleven franchisees, Liquor Stores, IGA Grocery Stores, AMPM, Marathon and Chevron Gas Station / Food Mart operators are looking for options to replace the older T-12 lamps with LED cooler door lights for convenience stores in their walk-in cooler doors. As the supply of magnetic ballasts used to power this outdated technology continues to decline, now is the perfect time to upgrade your facility’s lighting to a more energy efficient system with LED cooler door lights for convenience stores.

In your convenience store are you continually replacing bulbs and ballasts? Are you looking to upgrade to a reliable, super bright LED? Call sales toll free 1-844-LED PROS (1-844-533-7767) 

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SimpleTube LED cooler door lights for convenience stores provides significant energy and maintenance savings over the fluorescent lights typically used in coolers and freezers. SimpleTube LED cooler door lighting use only 15 watts for a 5-foot strip and 19 watts for a 6-foot. Theses new refrigerated display lighting and LED cooler door lights for convenience stores produce much less heat than a fluorescent light, which will lessen the load on the convenience store compressors

While energy savings is a key component to retrofitting your walk-ins with SimpleTube LED cooler door lights for convenience stores, the real impact is the attractive quality of the light it gives off. LED cooler door lights for convenience stores gives the convenience store refrigerated and frozen products a beckoning glow and more uniform illumination than fluorescent. In the retail business we all know that the more appealing the product presentation, the more likely a customer will be motivated to make a purchase.

When considering any retrofit project, check with your local Utility. Many offer incentives and rebates which help lower the initial investment. According to the Energy Cost Savings Council, energy-efficient lighting projects generate an average 45% return on investment, paying for themselves in just 2.2 years.

These LED cooler door lights for convenience stores replace the existent fluorescent lighting on your glass door merchandising walk-in cooler and freezer with 4’, 5’ or 6’ long LED light strips

Customer Reviews

“Steve, lights went in this last weekend and look GREAT!!! My electrician really like the easy hook up too. Here’s a picture, took it with my cell phone, but you get the idea. If you ever need a reference I’d be happy to help you.” Doug J of Wisconsin Rapids, WI

 “The SimpleTube Platinum LED cooler door lights are so bright, they should come with a warning for when you flip the switch the first time. WOW!! The store looks great, thanks Steve for your expert consulting.” Randy K of Bradley, CA

 “Steve thanks again for all the help with the new lights I’ll send you pictures tomorrow, they look fabulous”Don M. of Happy Valley, Oregon

 “Steve, The owner and the florist loved it. They are grateful to have a beautiful Valentine cooler for their flowers. Thanks”Erich W. of Richmond, VA

 “I will be working on another restaurant lighting job this winter. The previous LED Restaurant job was a huge success. Thanks for your help”Will A. of Williamsburg, VA

Steve, our beer sales were up 47% in March from the previous March after putting in your LED lights. What an upgrade…let your customers know! Chad S. of West Des Moines, IA

View more customer reviews at http://energyefficientdevices.org/customers-and-partners.html 

 

Call Toll Free 1-844-LED PROS (1-844-533-7767)

SimpleTube is an industry first, using direct 120 VAC input eliminating the need for a bulky power supply. This ballast-free lamp has a patented internal driver which makes it remote power supply free. Installation? as easy as connecting speaker wires. SimpleTube LED Cooler Door Lights spec sheet

LED cooler door lights for convenience stores

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