With their multiple benefits, LED lights are expected to only increase in popularity. They have been shown to give large energy savings and have a longer lifespan than incandescent, fluorescent, and halogen lighting. As LED light technology continues to improve and advance, the benefits and efficiency of LED lights will only increase.
With their broad applications, LED lights can be found in countless places, from homes, to outdoor lighting, to LED light signs. It might be hard to count all the ways you can use LED lights and take advantage of their benefits, but here are some of our favorites.
LED light panels
LED light panels are a great way for businesses and organizations to show-off a graphic or marketing campaign in high traffic areas. ThinLight’s LED light panels are at the forefront of LED light technology. They are lightweight and have a thin profile that makes them perfect for any commercial space. The even, consistent illumination draws attention and many LED light panels also allow for programmable light levels.
LED lights in the home
LED light bulbs offer homeowners energy savings and the peace of mind that comes from knowing you won’t have to change that hard to reach bulb for the next 20 years (that’s right – LED bulbs last an average of 20 years).
LED lights are often used in under the cabinet lighting in kitchens to illuminate food preparation areas and offer a low-level lighting source. They are also great for entryways, vaulted ceilings and other hard to reach areas.
Commercial LED light use
If LED lights offer homeowners noticeable saving, think how those benefits can be multiplied for commercial applications. LED lights are frequently used in retail and hospitality settings. They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit a wide variety of needs, and the flexibility of LED lights makes them a good option for colored light walls or for spaces that would benefit from changing light levels.