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It is a little-known fact that devices such as emco lighting can draw a considerable amount of power over the course of a year. Many building managers and operations experts will tell you that incandescent exit signs that must be lit 24/7 can draw up to $50 a year in power costs. Needless to say, those figures can quickly add up.
Some building managers opt for glass signs and other elegant emco lighting that seem to offer as much in form as they do in function. If you are looking for something a little hardier that will surely survive bigger calamity, you may want to take a look at our cast aluminum signs at The Exit Store instead. Simply put, they represent the most powerful casing and design for withstanding fire, flood and earthquake.
Ask any building manager, and he will probably tell you the single greatest drawback to these products is the power they draw. In the old days, it wasn't unusual for exit signs to draw hundreds or even thousands of dollars in aggregate annually, leaving more than one financial manager wondering if they were even worth it. Today, the rise of LEDs and battery backups has helped the situation somewhat, but many bills still remain high.