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Why Buy LED Lighting?

The future of lighting lies with LED technology.


LED technology is still relatively new and many people are not aware of the advantages of LED lighting. The following information shows some of the reasons why every household, warehouse, agricultural and commercial workspaces would benefit from an upgrade to LED lighting.


LED lights are more energy efficient.

The main benefit of LED lighting is that they are extremely energy efficient. Up to 90% of the energy that a traditional incandescent bulb generates is lost to heat. This is not the case with LED lights, this means they achieve the same or higher brightness as an incandescent bulb, using merely a fraction of the power.
For example, an LED light that uses 50 watts (W) of power produces approximately the same amount of light that a 500W incandescent bulb does.


LED lights last much longer.

LED light bulbs will last for years before they need to be replaced. The lifespan of a light bulb is measured in hours, and where an incandescent bulb might last for 1,000 hours, a similar LED light would have a lifespan of 15,000 to 20,000 hours.

This means that you would replace an incandescent light bulb at least 10 or 15 times to get the same lifespan as just one LED light fitting. The cost saving for LED over traditional lighting is therefore substantial.


LED light bulbs are more versatile.

The versatility of LED lights means that lighting is no longer just a function, but a very conscious design choice.
The recent arrival of ‘smart’ LED lights, which can be linked into one lighting network and controlled through smartphones and remote applications, means we can be more creative than ever in choosing our own lighting systems. Easy to install, and endlessly customisable, smart LEDs are the next generation of lights.


LED light bulbs are environmentally friendly.

Today, with all the concern about our changing environment and worries about pollution and energy conservation, you can feel good about using LED lighting as it is energy-efficient. When you use a 60-watt incandescent light bulb, for example, it uses about 525 kilowatt-hours of energy annually. The comparable 60-watt LED bulb only uses approximately 65 kilowatt-hours of energy each year.

Carbon dioxide, a harmful waste product that is a major pollutant, is produced when electricity is generated. The less energy needed by a lightbulb, the less CO2 that is produced.


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