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Are you still using incandescent light bulbs that consume a lot of energy? It’s time to upgrade your lighting to LED bulbs. If you’re yet to make up your mind about the upgrade, here are some of the reasons to upgrade the lights in your properties now and the need for commercial lighting installation.

LED Lights To Consume Less Energy

As you may have heard, LED lights consume about 10% of the energy consumed by regular lights. The implication is that by upgrading, you’ll reduce the total power consumed by your lighting by more than 70%. This will lead to a substantial slash in your monthly energy bill.

LED Lights Are Brighter

By virtue of the technology behind the lights, they are usually brighter than regular lights, and they have three shades of white. The warm white shade is great for your living room, while the neutral white shade can be used for your office. The daylight white shade is the brightest shade, and it is great for factories and other industrial settings. Regular incandescent bulbs will not give you such options.

LED Lights Radiate Less Heat

The regular bulbs radiate a lot of heat, and this poses a burn risk. You can’t touch an incandescent bulb 15 minutes after you switch it on. You’ll get burned. Also, if you have multiple regular bulbs on, it will radiate a lot of heat, making your air conditioning units work hard and consume more energy. And higher energy consumption means you’ll have to pay higher electricity bills.

You Can Dim The Lights

Sometimes, when you think the LED lights in your room or office are too bright, you can dim them by pressing a single switch, and you can reverse them later. The regular lights will not give you the dimming option. It is either you turn them on, or you turn them off.

Low Voltage Does Not Have Much Effect On LED Light

If for any reason, there is a drop in the voltage supplied to your apartment, regular lights will become dimmer immediately. This may affect the visibility in your office or home. A drop in voltage hardly affects the brightness of LED lights. They remain as bright as they are.

However, there are two sides to a coin. Some people believe that this feature has its disadvantage too. When the voltage suddenly drops, the regular lights will become dimmer, and that will alert you of the drop in voltage. You’ll quickly rush to switch off some voltage-sensitive electrical appliances.

With LED lights, you may not notice the drop in voltage. And if left for a long while, it could damage some electrical appliances. Nevertheless, we still think LED lighting is a much better choice.

LED Lights Have A Longer Lifespan

By virtue of our experience with LED lights, we can tell you that LED lamps can last up to about 50,000 -100,000 operating hours. 50,000 hours is close to six years (assuming your lights are always on, 24/7). This calculation makes it clear that LED lights can last at least four times longer than standard incandescent bulbs.

LED Bulbs Are Rechargeable

There’s a new type of LED bulb that comes with a battery. When there’s a power outage, it remains on, while all the other lights will go off. And when power is restored, it will start charging. The LED bulb keeps your home or office illuminated during a power outage. This prevents people from accidentally knocking things over while moving around in the dark.

Based on all the advantages listed above, the best time to upgrade to LED lighting is now. If you’re ready for the giant stride, contact us today for commercial lighting installation. Blessed Electric & Air has been offering residential, industrial, and commercial lighting upgrades for several years.


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