All about LED Lighting
The advantages of LED lighting. (Photo Credits)
LED lights are a buzz word nowadays because of the many advantages that it offers to home ad business owners.
Singaporean website Home Reno Guru identified 10 good reasons why home and commercial structures should utilize LED lighting.
“Hold on to your seat: LEDs can last up to 100,000 hours or 11 years of nonstop operation. Even if you have them on for eight hours a day, it would still take years—decades even—to replace it.”
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So many advantages
Latest Solar News in fact even made it specific that Solar Power LED lights should be the lighting of choice for residential and commercial use. ElectricalGenius Electrical Repair
“Compared with traditional solar lights LED lighting products are more energy efficient. First, LED bulbs require very little energy to operate than incandescent bulbs and fluorescent lamps. Second, an incredible light per watt than conventional bulbs such is created. With the increasing cost of energy today and increased environmental awareness among consumers, greater efficiency is often equated with lower energy costs and reduced environmental damage.”
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Beneficial for Businesses
Business 2 Community also identified reasons why commercial structures should be illuminated by LED lights versus the traditional incandescent and fluorescent bulbs.
“LEDs can save up to 70% of a company’s energy output, says Phys.org, a research, technology and science website. The statistic is impressive, but what does it mean for a business on a practical level? Reducing carbon emissions means reducing the consumption of energy. As an example, Buckingham Palace turned to LEDs for their ceiling lights. As an example, illuminating the official residence of the Queen of England uses literally less electricity than making a cup of tea. A business that uses LEDs for their lighting needs will slash their monthly overhead budget considerably.”
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Have you made the switch?