February 28, 2024

Fryer And Brown

Creating Your Dream Home

Home Lighting: Upgrading to LED Made Easy!

LED lights are the new innovation that is helping homes cut down on the electricity bill and still serve the purpose of keeping their premises nice and bright. However, not everyone is comfortable with the idea of using LED. The primary reason for this is that LED’s are expensive and people are always hesitant when it comes to spending money. But, what most of us don’t understand is that LED’s may be expensive yet in the long run, they are a more affordable choice. This is because LED’s are engineered to consume less power and deliver better results. So, if this is a misconception that is stopping you from shifting to LED’s, it’s time to change!

Here are a few tips that can help you simplify the entire task of upgrading to LED’s

– Shift one at a time: Okay so we told you that LED’s are great but that does not means that you should be giving up on all your regular lights even while they are working. Wouldn’t that be a sheer waste of money and material? Instead focus on replacing the light one after another as it conks off. The important thing is to change and to gradually adapt to these changes. Therefore, changing slowly is best advised.

– Choose a good bulb: LED bulbs are designed to give more efficiency at a relatively lower power. So, you might not need the same wattage bulb as your regular lighting. Keep this in mind when investing in LED bulbs. Additionally, LED bulbs give instant lighting but you can always dim them to control the overall mood in the premises.

– Lesser insecticide: Regular lights attract insects but your LED’s are not going to bother you like that. When you are using LED’s, you may want to consider reducing your investment in pesticides. However, this is true only if you opt for a UV free bulb.

– Choose LED bulbs that are UL listed: For those who are first time buyers of LED bulbs, making the choice can be a tough job considering the plethora of options that you have to choose from. Remember that you have to opt for a bulb that has been manufactured according to the laboratory standards and passed the required quality tests.

Lastly, never get deterred by the price of the LED, look at it as a long term investment and you will make the right decision in an easy way!