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Old 01-13-2020, 12:21 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone knows what a "competitive" price would be for installing LED highbays on a per fixture basis.
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Old 01-13-2020, 01:03 PM   #2
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Just wondering if anyone knows what a "competitive" price would be for installing LED highbays on a per fixture basis.
There are quite a few variables here. Of course fixture prices for highbays are all over the place with a zillion options available. The labor involved depends quite a bit on the wiring that's there. The mounting could cost a little or a lot depending on the height and the type of ceiling / structure.
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Define “competitive”.

If I’m competing against Bare Bones, I’ve lost money already.
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Not that I have a number, but height, obstacles, number of fixtures and lift costs are all going to factor into this number. You're going to have a small percentage failure rate too. Need to factor in the cost of a return trip and lift to do warranty repairs
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***Note: I just posted some prices and thoughts on this topic and then realized that this is in the regular business section, not the private section.

No thanks. I erased it.
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Just wondering if anyone knows what a "competitive" price would be for installing LED highbays on a per fixture basis.

I would install mercury vapor high bays.
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I would install mercury vapor high bays.
I thought you recommend 1000 watt incandescent bulbs?
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Is that the proposal, "need some LED hi-bay lights installed"? How high?, how many?, relocs?, conduit work?, clear floor space?, need more info.
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I thought you recommend 1000 watt incandescent bulbs?
I moved from the 1950's to the 1960's.
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Cooper Hewitt lights, I See.
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I thought you recommend 1000 watt incandescent bulbs?
I'm a fan of 1000 watt incandescent bulbs

Sent from my new phone. Autocorrect may have changed stuff.
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You could be up to 10000000$ per fixture all in depending on the circumstances.this is obviously a fake number because this is in the public section....

Private section and we can give more info.

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Alright I posted it over in the private section
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You could be up to 10000000$ per fixture all in depending on the circumstances.
F. me, I have been leaving money on the table.
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Alright I posted it over in the private section
Can someone tell what and where the private section is?
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Can someone tell what and where the private section is?
On my screen "Business Lounge (Private)" is the selection right below the one that gets you here, I think you need a minimum number of posts to see it

Up your post count if necessary by replying "I see" to as many posts as necessary
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On my screen "Business Lounge (Private)" is the selection right below the one that gets you here, I think you need a minimum number of posts to see it

Up your post count if necessary by replying "I see" to as many posts as necessary
I see
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