LED Lighting

LED Lighting

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Save Money with LED’s

Incandescent light bulbs are the cheapest lights that you can purchase outright on the market. But are they really as cheap as you think they are? Since Thomas Edison put the bulbs into circulation over 100 years ago, people have relied on incandescent light bulbs to light up their homes, schools, offices and warehouses. 

Over the years, the massive amounts of research carried out have finally been utilised and better LED lighting solutions developed, but some people still opt for cheaper incandescent or halogen options. Here are just some of the reasons you should consider the switch to LED today-

CHEAPER BILLS:

Because LED lights consume less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs, savings of up to 80% can be made on energy bills. Even though the bulbs are more expensive to purchase outright when compared to incandescent bulbs, the pay-off period tends to be less than 2 years, meaning you will spend less over the long-term.

LONGER LIFESPAN:

Depending on the quality of the incandescent light bulb that you purchase, it could last for a couple of days to a couple of years. But more often than not, they don’t last very long and the savings that you thought you made actually get eroded over time. LED light bulbs can last for over a decade and require little or no maintenance, saving you hundreds or even thousands of dollars over the course of the bulb’s lifetime.

BETTER QUALITY OF LIGHT:

Incandescent bulbs provide a good solution, however LED lights are far superior when it comes to light quality. To improve the brightness of an incandescent light bulb, you would need to invest in a bulb that emits light at a higher wattage. The impact would mean an increase in energy consumption and costs. LED light bulbs differ because they are designed with lumens in mind, meaning that more energy current isn’t necessary to improve the quality of light.

CONSUMES LESS ENERGY:

The technology used in LED lights efficiently uses energy. Incandescent light bulbs lose up to 80% of energy in the form of heat. If you touch the outside of an incandescent light, you will find that it is extremely hot. This can also create a fire risk if the bulbs are placed too close to items that can easily ignite. Alternatively, the outside of LED lights are cool due to the energy being produced as light. This ultimately lowers the energy consumption from the bulb.

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