Where to use LED Lights

July 27, 2016

If you’re wondering where you should replace your traditional lights with LED lights, the simple answer is: almost anywhere! LED lights are durable, long-lasting and energy efficient. They are low maintenance and are great for hard to reach areas. In fact, there are few situations where LED lights wouldn’t be a better option than traditional lighting. Many people still have questions about LED light applications and there are a few specific LED light uses that require special consideration. LED Lights... View Article

LED Light Applications

July 20, 2016

When you’re switching from incandescent, fluorescent or CFL lighting to LED lighting, there can be a lot of questions about LED light applications. Fortunately, LED light technology has come a long way and there are few places that can accommodate or be modified to accommodate LED lights. LED light applications to consider While there are countless applications for LED lights, there are some areas and situations that need special consideration when you are thinking about installing LED lights, especially if... View Article

LED Lights and the Environment

July 13, 2016

LED lights and the environment is a huge topic of discussion when considering switching to LED lights. While cost savings may be the main benefit that is mentioned when people discuss switching from traditional lighting options to LED lights, there is no denying the environmental benefits of LED lights are equally noteworthy and important. LED lights consume significantly less energy than other lighting sources and have a much smaller impact on the environment over their lifespan. LED lights and the... View Article

Using LED Lights In Commercial Properties

July 6, 2016

Lighting costs account for a larger percentage of  the total energy used in the United States. 10% of most residential properties is lighting usage and up to 40% in commercial properties. Traditional lighting options, like incandescent and florescent bulbs, are inefficient and only convert a fraction of the energy they consume into light. LED lights, on the other hand, use much less energy than other lighting options and convert much more of the energy they use into light. It is... View Article