The use of LED lighting in your residential or commercial property offers a number of advantages. In addition to a longer life – with an average LED lamp life of about 11 years – the use of LED lamps is an energy efficient alternative to conventional lamps. LED lighting is proven to be 80 to 90% more energy efficient than traditional lighting, which translates to savings for you and the planet.
But how can you switch to LEDs in your property? Start by slowly formulating your new LED bulb, buying a few light bulbs and installing them every month, focusing on the very high wattage bulbs in your scheme. You can also look for color changing pool light at Color Lighting by LIGMAN.
Under cabinet and lamp hoods are a major culprit in high power lighting, making them the best candidates for early changes to get significant savings on your electric bill. Don’t forget the light bulbs on your switch to make your home more energy efficient.
Many table lamps are not compatible with LED lamps, but there are many LED compatible designs on the market that can add value to your overall interior design and take advantage of the energy-saving advantages of LEDs. If you are targeting areas of your home that are rarely lit, such as the bathroom.
Infrequently visited attics and basements, consider halogen compounds and even use those you recycle from other parts of your property in favor of LED lighting. This will save you money in the long run and ensure that each bulb is used to its fullest.