About Us

la –ser /lazer/ - a device that creates a uniform and coherent LIGHT that is very different from an ordinary light bulb; delivers light in an almost perfectly parallel beam that is very pure; can be focused down to a tiny spot.

light /lit/ - an illuminating agent or source that stimulates sight and makes things visible.

The LASERLIGHT experience is no ordinary experience. We deliver to our clients the most advanced lighting and control system available on the market today. When we say our fixtures are “built like an airplane” it’s not just a statement. It’s a fact. Here’s our story…

The LASERLIGHT system was developed in an attempt to solve a lighting problem at LaserWeld a Houston manufacturing company. LaserWeld president Mark Lewis had the idea of switching individual fixtures using a simple laser pointer to activate relays. The idea worked!! Now a more energy efficient fixture was needed that would produce light in seconds. The Sylvania T5 ballasts and lamps were selected. However, the fixtures on the market were experiencing many problems related to premature failures due to overheating. Most fixtures were very flimsy as rigidity had been engineered out because of cost. Mark asked his brother Jim (who had flown from the interior of Brazil to Houston in an airplane he built) to design from scratch a T5 fixture that resolved the overheating problem, the structural issues as well as the maintenance problems of conventional fixtures. In three months Jim's design (built like an airplane!) was completed and went on to receive the prestigious 2008 Progress Report Award from the Illuminating Engineering Society for advancements to the science and art of lighting. Joseph Yamada joined the team in 2006 and developed the hardware that is the foundation of the control system. The team went on to develop the Intuitive Experiential Programming and Control method that has revolutionized wireless lighting controls. Mark says that effectiveness and operational simplicity make LASERLIGHT the most advanced open space lighting control system in the world today. Joseph is uncomfortable with the claim since there are a lot of control systems out there and the world is a big place. Check it out and decide for yourself.

Save Energy. Save Money. Save the Planet.

Energy conservation is good for everyone. Organizations today are more aware than ever of how their business operations affect the environment. For example, over 40% of U.S. energy consumption is in the form of electricity. Lighting accounts for over 25% of electricity usage, which in turn contributes 10% of all U.S. carbon dioxide emissions. One measure of this impact is known as a “carbon footprint”. Carbon Footprint is defined as the total set of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by the activities of an organization, event, product or individual in a given timeframe. Since the single largest source of electrical consumption is often lighting used in a facility, implementing energy efficient lighting systems can be a highly impactful carbon abatement strategy.

Energy Saving Tips

According to Carnegie Mellon University BIDS Program, twenty-five studies have shown that high performance lighting systems using LEDs, T8 and T5 florescent bulbs can pay for themselves in less than one year due to energy, productivity and health benefits. High performance lighting yields annual total energy cost savings of $82 per employee ($0.41 per square foot), annual productivity gains of $1,600 per employee, and annual health cost savings of $20 per employee, for total savings of up to $1,702 per employee annually.

Every energy saving strategy begins with the purchase.

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