LED Lighting Upgrades

Lights are often the biggest energy consumers in a household. They can be responsible for up to 40 percent of your average energy bill. Home appliances also consume energy, but it is much easier and cost effective to simply replace your lighting rather than buy a new washing machine or refrigerator. Installing LED lights can save you about 80 percent in energy costs compared with halogen and incandescent lights bulbs.

Besides, LED lamps have a much bigger longevity than normal light bulbs, further reducing costs to replace them regularly in the long run. LEDs on average last between 50,000 and 100,000 operating hours which is 2 to 4 times more than fluorescent lights and more than 40 times as much as your average incandescent light bulb. Choosing lights with motion sensors or those that harvest daylight increases your savings even more.

Due to their smaller size, LEDs are also extremely flexible when it comes to design solutions, making them the perfect choice for almost any setting or environment. In contrast to traditional light bulbs, LEDs also have the ability to operate at basically any level of their rated power which means they can be installed as dimmers, giving you more control over how you want your home to look and feel like.

Switching to energy-efficient LED lights is your best bet to help reduce costs. Not only does it have a significant impact on your energy bills and overall ambience of your home. Using LED lights also reduces your carbon footprint which is one of the biggest reasons residential LED lighting upgrade is so important. LEDs are environmentally safe, produce almost no UV emissions and they operate on very low voltage as well as in hot and cold temperatures.

If you want to find out more about LED lighting and how it can help you save money on energy and maintenance, give us a call today. We are happy to have a chat about your lighting needs and find a solution that suits your home and your budget.

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