— A little-known, low-cost, LED lighting company, led dimmers and led masks, led lights for outdoor areas and a few other things to make your home a lighting-driven environment.
In an interview with ABC News, founder and CEO Dan Schoeler said the company has helped millions of people get more energy-efficient, reduce energy consumption and reduce their environmental impact by making light sources more efficient, reducing the cost of lighting and making lighting a safer and more effective source of energy.
“It’s one of the easiest ways to reduce your energy use,” Schoellers said.
The company also offers an energy-saving system that uses only electricity, and sells to customers in about 60 countries.
It has created a company with a goal of making energy-efficiency a priority in the U.S. and other countries, Schoeller said.
Schoeller said his company began with a simple concept: make lighting cheaper by making it more energy efficient, using less electricity and using less materials.
“We’re going to change the way we think about light,” Schobeler explained.
“We want to get to a point where people see light as a tool, not as an end in itself,” he said.
The company offers a home automation system, a dimmer that’s more energy effective and a lighting system that helps people make lighting their own.
There are also lighting-controlled displays on the outside of the home that can be controlled by people who have a computer and can use their phone to control the dimmer and lighting system.
“That’s a big part of the innovation,” Scholert said.
There’s also an app that allows people to control lights on the inside of their home from anywhere in the world.
“We have a lot of things that are just like lighting,” he added.
“You can just go in and turn on the light and turn it off.
That’s really how we do it.
There’s no need to go through the hassle of finding a lamp.”
The company’s system costs less than $5,000.
And, if you don’t want to pay full price, the company offers the system as a service for $9 a month, which includes a three-month trial.
The goal, according to Schoeliner, is to make the lighting industry more energy saving and more energy accessible to everyone.