Warminster, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/28/2016 -- In a recent article available via his company's website, MRC Signs' founder, Matthew Clift, explained the benefits of light emitting diode (LED) signs for business owners. MRC is a premier LED sign maker in the Philadelphia area.
Clift kicked off the write-up by informing readers that LEDs will keep lit for approximately 6250 days, or 17 years. "That amount of time far surpasses incandescent, neon and other light sources available on the market today," said Clift in support of his article. He went on to explain that "better yet, there are many other added benefits of going the LED route."
One argument he gave to support LEDs is that they do not dim. According to Clift, dim lights are the product of gasses contained in their bulbs leaking after a period of time, due to wear and tear. He went on to assure potential clients that since no gasses are present in LED bulbs, they will, therefore, never dim during their lifespans.
Clift also wrote about the power savings possessed by LEDs, which subsequently lead to environmental and cost savings. He estimated that when compared to a neon sign that costs $876 in annual power bills, a comparable LED sign will only cost $53, which adds up to a 94 percent price difference.
Clift laid out other benefits of LEDs in the article, which can be read here. Bucks County, PA area businesses in need of LED signs are encouraged to visit MRC Signs' website, or call 888-387-3969 to learn more.
About MRC Signs
MRC Signs, Philadelphia's #1 Sign & Lighting Company, is located in Warminster, PA, and serves the Philadelphia and Bucks County, PA, regions. They are a full-service company that is committed to surpassing customers' expectations in their commercial electrical and signage needs. MRC signs strives to stay cutting-edge in their service and materials, and always offers customers competitive pricing on all of their products; along with signs, MRC Signs also installs lighting and provides a graphic design process in order to perfect customers' images.
For more information, visit http://www.mrcsigns.net/.
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