Graybar Williamsport is one of our more than 260 North American locations and a leading commercial and industrial lighting supplier, stocking and delivering thousands of state-of-the-art electrical supplies produced by hundreds of top-line manufacturers such as General Electric, Philips, Schneider Electric and Acuity Brands. This full-service branch supports industrial, commercial and construction customers in Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Sullivan, Bradford, Tioga and Union counties and the Marcellus Shale region.
Founded in 1869, Graybar has become a Fortune 500 company, and one of the largest employee owned companies in the United States. Employing thousands of men and women at our offices, warehouses, distribution centers, and counters, we have the presence and stability of a big company combined with the integrity and genuine friendliness of a neighborhood business.
Rising electricity costs and environmental concerns have made energy strategies a chief concern among commercial operators, and our energy solutions certainly fit the bill. Over 30 percent of energy used in a commercial building today is wasted. We can help you to monitor, report on, control, and ultimately reduce your energy costs by a wide margin. Graybar can help you plan and install energy saving systems that are easy to use and maintain.
Lighting accounts for over 20 percent of energy used in commercial buildings. In as little as two years, most commercial operators see a return on investment from a retrofit of their existing buildings. Swapping out old lamps and ballasts, installing new LED fixtures, and upgrading lighting controls is a simple yet extremely effective way to reduce lighting costs. Most of our electrical supplies will install directly into the existing fixture housings, reducing costs of time-consuming ceiling and wall repairs and rewiring.
Lighting retrofits are a simple, yet effective way to make an existing building more energy efficient. More than 25 percent of energy used in most facilities is used by lighting, and increased efficiency will make a big impact on the monthly energy bill. Most of our electrical supplies will swap out directly with existing hardware, and can use the old fixture housings to save time and ceiling repair costs.
Using an advanced network of occupancy sensors, dimmers, time scheduling, and intelligent control boards, your new buildings can start life as a “smart” structure.