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February 28th, 2011 by Charles

The 2008 collapse of the U.S. housing market had a particularly damaging effect on the domestic furniture industry. A virtual freeze on new and existing home purchases resulted in a drastic decline in furniture sales for furniture chains who, prior to the collapse, dominated the industry primarily by selling foreign made furniture1. The furniture industry has evolved for the most part to an import model where the furniture is stored in huge warehouses and sold through retails show rooms. Some major brands use large warehouse like structures as their actual retail facilities. As the economy continues to improve these companies will be able to realize significant energy cost savings and very large EPAct tax deductions by installing LED lighting in their showrooms as well as LED and other energy efficient lighting and heaters in their distribution centers.
Large store show rooms looking to showcase their furniture can use LED’s to provide the ideal focused lighting, while huge warehouses that hold the furniture before it reaches retail storefronts can realize tremendous operating expense reductions by installing LED or other energy efficient lighting. While each of these building types involves a distinct planning process with different tax implications, LED lighting can drive large tax deductions for all furniture chain facilities.

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