Graybar’s Puerto Rico International branch is one of more than 260 locations servicing North America. Founded in 1869, Graybar has established a reputation as one of the leading commercial and industrial lighting suppliers in the hemisphere, stocking and distributing thousands of the highest quality electrical supplies to government, commercial, and industrial customers.
Our primary mission is to integrate energy solutions that save you money while improving productivity, and easing the burden on our environment. Over 30 percent of energy used in commercial buildings is wasted. Integrating Graybar solutions will help you control, monitor, report on, and reduce energy costs across the board. Lighting upgrades can pay for themselves in as little as two years. The average return on investment for our customers choosing to upgrade their systems ranges from 17 to 45 percent. Graybar can help you plan and install a building system that saves money and is easy to manage and maintain, both in your existing buildings or in new construction projects.
Ever increasing electricity costs and new environmental regulation have everyone scrambling to find an energy strategy that will not only save money, but will add business value looking into the future. A great way to reduce the energy footprint of your existing buildings is to retrofit the lighting systems. Simply swapping out old lamps and ballasts for newer counterparts will improve the quality of light produced and reduce energy costs in one. Many of our electrical supplies will install directly into the fixture housings previously occupied by the outdated technology. These upgrades can reduce energy consumption by as much as 67 percent, and will pay for themselves in as little as two years.
When new building projects are started, it would be wise to design them from the ground up to be energy efficient. Lighting solutions can incorporate advanced control systems that automatically take data from around the building using occupancy sensors and dimmers. With the added savings produced by integral day light sources designed into the structure, peak energy usage periods become lower in usage.