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Installing LED Lighting For Schools All Over The State Of Iowa

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Here at Sitler's we have had the amazing opportunity to work with school districts across the state of Iowa installing LED lighting. These collaborations would not have been possible without our partnership with ISFIS in Des Moines. ISFIS works with over 300 school districts in Iowa, helping them with their school budget and finances. With our combined services, we are able to provide LED lighting at a competitive price, allowing schools to save money on their energy bills each month while creating a better environmnet for their staff and students!

Don't just take our word for it! This month we are highlighting a few of the schools we have had the pleasure of working with. Read what they have said below!

Intersate 35 CSD

There is no comparison [between old lights and LEDs] - better for kids, staff and the budget!

Kevin Fiene
Superintendent
INTERSTATE 35 COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Grant Wood AEA

[We've seen] $8750 in savings for a 3-month period even though the average temperature was higher which would have raised the electric bill for additional cooling costs!

Dave Broussard
Director of Information Technology
GRANT WOOD AEA

East Union CSD

[Working with Sitler's was] easy - we are planning to utilize them for additional projects this coming year.

Lance Rigley
Superintendent
EAST UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Winfield Mt. Union CSD

We have had savings up to $650/month since the installation on our electric bill!

Carmen Benson
Business Manager
WINFIELD MT. UNION COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Diagonal CSD

The new lighting changed the whole look of our classrooms and the gym!

Karleen Stephens
Superintendent
DIAGONAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Pleasant-
ville CSD

We are satisfied [with the LED lighting]. Staff and students have commented that the lighting is better now than it was previously.

Tony Alysworth
Superintendent
PLEASANTVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT