GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED LIGHTING UPGRADES FOR VICTORIAN BUSINESSES
Lightonline, together with GMT lighting, are excited to be able to offer subsidised commercial lighting upgrades.
LED Highbay, LED Tubes, and LED Downlights - FREE! Subject to Assessment in Accordance with VEET Requirements.
NEW! - LED PANELS - FREE! Subject to Assessment in Accordance with VEET Requirements. Contact us today to learn more.
If you're still using traditional, fluorescent lighting in your business, this opportunity is not to be missed!
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We know how important lighting is for businesses, from warehouses to retail outlets, that's why at Lightonline we only choose the highest quality products for our clients.
Via the VEET scheme, we can offer Philips, Osram, and Energetic products for FREE and LED Panels at heavily discounted prices. We guarantee you're getting the best we can offer.
Working with Australian Lighting providers such as GMT Lighting, the VEET (Victorian Energy Efficiency Target) Scheme is an initiative implemented by the Victorian government with the aim to reduce carbon emissions. This scheme allows us to offer businesses heavily discounted lighting upgrades - no hidden costs, no catch.
You not only save on the installation and product costs - but in the long term, as LED lighting is guaranteed to reduce the cost of your power bills by up to 80%.
With less heat, less UV, and safer designs, LED is the best choice for your business.
After receiving your inquiry, our VEET team will contact you and arrange a time to come on-site and assess your lighting requirements. Following strict quality control guidelines, we'll take lux readings of your facility, draw up a lighting floor plan, and take photos of the existing lights.
Once we've completed our assessment, an electrician will be arranged to come on-site and replace your old halogen or metal halide lights with new, energy-saving LED replacements. We will take your old lights off your hands, and recycle them for you! After the job is complete, we'll make a follow-up visit to test the new lux readings and collect your feedback.