How LED Lights Could Benefit You
People are today opting for more energy efficient light fixtures and are purchasing LED bulbs to replace old incandescent light bulbs. With new LED lighting technology that is coming out every day, there is basically a product to replace any and every existing light fixture you might have, which is great if you’re going down the energy efficient lighting route.
LED lighting now has many different color features and dimming capabilities. Moreover, your electrical usage significantly drops when you switch from old incandescent light bulbs to new LED lights. Besides, LED lights have a longer lifespan, and this eradicates the need for maintenance or continually changing light bulbs.
Apart from the above benefits, LED lights have tremendous design flexibility, and because they are so small they can be used in virtually any application you can think of. They can be combined in bunches for a traditional bulb, used in isolation as a small device light, or strung out in sequence in a linear fashion. Just about everything you can think of can be done with LEDs. There is also no warm-up period like in the case of metal halide lamps, and frequent switching doesn’t cause degradation in the device.
LED lights emit almost no forward heat, unlike traditional bulbs. Besides, do not have the environmental issues common to traditional lighting solutions like fluorescent or mercury vapor lights.
As a consumer, you need to keep in mind that the initial cost of changing over to LED lights can be quite costly, but you should recover these costs with lower hydro bills and less maintenance.
If you’re looking at going down the LED lighting route, get ahold of us at Hoover Electric for a free quote on upgrading your lights to LED or adding new light fixtures. As one of the best residential and commercial electricians in Dryden, ON, we provide commercial and residential electrical heating, lighting, electrical renovations, and other electrical services across Ignace, Sioux Lookout, Perrault Falls, Ear Falls, Dryden.