Through our partners at Brightside Capital, LED National has eliminated the financial obstacles for commercial, industrial, and municipal organizations to convert their outdated, high cost lighting systems to advanced, energy efficient LED lighting systems with our LED Lighting-as-a-Service (LAAS) program. Our clients have found the LAAS program to be a simple, excellent opportunity to enhance their facilities lighting, reduce energy consumption, reduce monthly lighting expenses and increase their overall bottomline.
To prove our long-term dedication to our clients, we provide a third-party insurance policy to enhance the guarantees promised by our No Capital Cost LED Service program.
Through our partnership with Ascentium Capital, you enjoy the advantages of equipment financing and short-term business loans without having to deal with complicated application procedures or lengthy assessment periods. Ascentium can help you get fast access to the cash to upgrade your lighting to LED, and they structure your repayment options to suit your business’s individual circumstances.
With Ascentium Capital’s LED Lighting Upgrade financing, you’ll experience:
Plus: ask about all-inclusive financing. The cost of new equipment goes beyond the sticker price and also include shipping, installation, taxes and other expenses. Ascentium’s 100% financing means financing these expenses assists in avoiding upfront costs.
2018 Tax Incentives: Section 179
Tax provisions accelerate depreciation on LED lighting upgrades. When you finance with Ascentium Capital, you may deduct a significant portion, up to $1 million in 2018 (to be adjusted for inflation). There is a dollar-for-dollar phase out for purchases over $2.5 million. Additionally, bonus depreciation has increased from 50% to 100% on qualifying assets. Consequently, not only will Section 179 help bolster your bottom line, you garner the benefits of new equipment and technology that will help grow your business.
Would you rather use your money as a large Capital Expenditure, or pay for the lighting retrofit as you use energy as part of your normal Operational Expenditure?