If you are thinking or changing the look of your home and at the same time saving some energy, you may wish to consider swapping the current lighting that you use to LED. You will have a smart modern feel to your home and possibly save some money on your monthly electricity bill.
By doing this, you will use up to 90% less energy which is not only good for your pocket but the environment also.
Another massive benefit is that these bulbs will last for many years and do not need to be replaced very often and you will also save on replacement bulb costs.
LED bulbs look no different now to the traditional types so there will be drastic change in looks, just better quality lighting throughout.
Older style bulbs take a little while when switched on to reach full brightness. LED bulbs are instant with no waiting around to illuminate your room.
Although LED is quite well known, the technology is still relatively new. The modern types are 100% better than when these was first introduced and are improving all the time. They are also less expensive as the price has been reduced significantly over the years to make them more affordable and accessible to the average household.
There are many types of bulb available and you can find a range of colours and different brightness levels to suit all tastes.
If you are thinking about converting, it would be advisable to buy just one bulb at the start to test. This will save you the hassle of returning for a refund if you feel they are not suitable for you.
The way that a LED bulb works is different to the way a normal bulb performs. Electric is passed through a semi-conductor which enables light to appear. You are still able to use a dimmer switch with LED bulbs and have no need to change this if you already have them installed. Check the bulb packaging first to ensure they will work with your current equipment.
LED bulbs are Eco friendly and store no toxins with no UV emissions.
If you are looking to have new lights installed and are looking for an home automation system it is best to have a qualified electrician do the job for you instead of doing it yourself.