MyLEDLightingGuide Releases New Website

July 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Nashua, NH July 11, 2019: MyLEDLightingGuide is proud to announce the release of a brand new responsive website.

"Original website served well for almost 10 years, but it was time to offer customers a better shopping and educational experience. Adding pricing, smart filtering and more options allows the customers to drill down to the best product for their needs a lot more efficiently and quickly. The experience for customers has improved dramatically with the release of the new website," says Dwayne Kula, president of

MyLEDLightingGuide’s US-based staff provides responsive support to electrical contractors and facility managers at commercial and industrial companies, utilities, and municipalities. Its mission is to help you save energy and improve light quality by selecting the proper, safe, and energy-efficient LED lighting in and around your facility. Time-for-delivery is reduced because MyLEDLightingGuide stocks much their new LED fixtures and retrofit LED’s in US warehouse.

LED retrofit solutions that can directly replace existing metal halide (MH), and high pressure sodium (HPS) are their specialty. They offer some of the best warranties on the market because return-rate is so low. Since 2008, they have developed a series of eleven ultra-high efficiency LED Retrofit Kits, called as ESCO RETRO, that can be installed in over 95% of existing fixtures on the market today – allowing to keep the look of fixtures but receive all the benefits of LED.

MyLEDLightingGuide offers the very best LED fixtures and retrofit solutions to convert Metal Halide, HPS and Fluorescent lighting over to LED. All the products are either UL or ETL Listed, and more are DLC Qualified for utility rebates.


For more information about My Led Lighting Guide, contact the company here:

My Led Lighting Guide
Dwayne Kula
888 423-3191
1 Chestnut Street, 4M Nashua, NH 03060

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