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Empire Electric Equipment

8880 Cal Center Drive, Sacramento, CA
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Empire Electric Equipment, Sacramento Reviews (7)

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By Kozard on Mar 23, 2018
I am an attorney. I have sued Anthony Garcia Sr., Marlene Garcia, Ana L. Garcia and Gina Garcia of Empire Electric Equipment Corp. for more than $18,000 for equipment Empire bought. They haven’t paid, haven’t answered any of my many calls, and do not even receive deliveries at their supposed address at 8880 Cal Center. An SSN their company gave on a credit app turned out to be someone else’s. Beware! (Ronald J. Kozar. Att’y at Law, 937-222-6764)
By advancetech on Feb 08, 2018
In January 2017 our company (ATS) sold over $20,000 of product to Empire Electric Equipment in Sacramento, CA. We have received a fraction of the amount due totaling $10,000.00 from Empire Electric Equipment in payment. It has been over a year and we are still fighting for over half of the money they owe us. Empire Electric Equipment has also accrued approximately $3,400 in late/finance/collection/attorney fees. Empire Electric Equipment has acknowledged time and again in emails, telephone calls and through their full time retained attorney that they owe the money. We have been contacted by other companies that have sold to Empire Electric Equipment with the same issues and all are trying to collect the monies due to them. Empire Electric Equipment simply refuse to abide by the terms that THEY set forth when the product was bought. I would exercise extreme caution if you chose to do business with Empire Electric Equipment!
By smithlighting on Aug 08, 2017
The energy it takes in lighting, the work is measured in lumens. The electrical energy is measured in watts.So, to determine the efficiency of a light bulb, you need to know two things. One is the amount of light that the light bulb puts out and the other is the amount of electricity it consumes to produce that much light.
By sanfranelectricsvc on Aug 07, 2017
Recessed Troffer lights provide a modern look for an office environment, and they make any space brighter with illumination that is evenly distributed, resulting in visual lighting that is balanced and comfortable to the eyes. Surface mount commercial light fixtures are often attached to a ceiling via chain and works well in transitional areas like hallways, foyers, and walk-in closets, as well as art exhibits. Suspended linear or architectural lighting works well in retail or office spaces and is available in T5, T8 and LED options to create aesthetically pleasing lighting in a wide array of styles and sizes. Wrap lighting fixtures employ a linear prism design well suited for big interior spaces such as hospitals, government buildings, schools, military bases and other institutional structures. Improve safety with a fixture designed to illuminate dark walkways, exit and entrance areas. Durable canopy lights that can stand up to nasty weather elements and widely varying temperatures are used in public garages, stairwells, and underpasses and are also made to resist the threat of vandalism. Cobra head lights built for use in parking lots and to line streets are 120 to 277-watts and can be found in LED, induction, metal halide and high-pressure sodium formats.
By oaktownelectrical on Jun 03, 2017
•ENERGY COST
Based on an assumption of three hours of use per day at 11 cents per kilowatt-hour. For a 60-watt incandescent, it’s just over $7 per year. CFLs and LEDs both come in at about $1.50 per year.

•BULB LIFE
LEDs dim over time. They’re considered effectively dead when they produce no more than 70 percent of their original brightness. For LEDs, this lifespan is given in hours or years, the latter an estimate based on three hours of daily use.
By sanfranelectricsvc on May 10, 2017
LED Lighting is becoming the standard solution for sign and exhibit builders due to the fact that is more energy efficient, lasts longer, is earth friendly, is easier to work with, and is brighter than the fluorescent and neon signage of the past. There are a variety of ways to incorporate LED Lighting into your signage whether it be to back light channel letters or to simply have a sign that has the ability to achieve over 16 million color hues to fit any given occasion. See the list below to get an idea of the different applications where LED Lighting can be incorporated into different signage applications.

Channel Letters
Reverse Halo Lighting
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Displays
Indoor Signage
Art Work

Light Boxes
Posters
By sanfranelectricsvc on Apr 10, 2017
LED Rates much higher than Fluorescent
LED Replacement Bulbs vs. T8 Fluorescent Bulbs
1. LED Replacement Bulbs are 30% More Efficient
2. LED Is A Directional Light Source
3. LED Transfer Light vs. Heat
4. LED Still Give Off Light At End-Of-Life
5. LED Replacement Bulbs Have No Mercury
6. LED Does Not Give Off UV
7. LED Makes Air Conditioning More Efficient
8. LED Provides 70% More Light
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