Here Come New Ideas For LED Light Bulbs
Do you love LED light bulbs? But can’t seem to find the LED light bulb that would compliment your light fixture. Discover LED lighting that transforms any room into the desired look you wish to exude.
2017 light designers offer many choices to brighten up any space. And 2018 will be no doubt be a stellar year to bring us stylish interior lighting decor. No matter what your tastes, you might have.
It will be easy to bring your lighting into the 21st century just by twisting in a sustainable, energy efficient LED light bulb. Whether if you are looking for a contemporary design or futuristically designed replacement light bulbs.
LED light bulb choices have come a long way in the past few years. I’m specifically talking about the LED Filament Light Bulb. The LED filament bulb is an energy efficient light bulb reminiscent of earlier Edison designed light bulbs.
Energy Independence and Security Act
Since the inception of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 incandescent light bulbs are fading away fast from store shelves. It is becoming harder to find these inefficient light bulbs.
Many manufacturers of light bulbs have stepped up to the plate to adhere to the new regulations of the EISA. Also, researchers are working hard to design an energy efficient light bulb that consumers will be happy to use.
The research includes light-emitting-diodes, compact fluorescents, and halogens. And of course, incandescent light bulbs that are energy efficient, come in an array of colors, light levels (color temperatures), and base types.
The end goal to give consumers a wide range of choices and convenience for replacement lighting. Also, to reduce electricity and energy consumption. As the light-emitting-diode technology evolves so does the options for consumers.
Why Should Consumers Embrace Light-Emitting Diodes
Today you can select a LED light bulb that produces the same amount of light. Is 7-9 times more energy efficient and will last 10-25 times longer.
As homeowners begin to embrace the new technology, they are the ones who will reap the benefits of saving a little green each month. By switching all your lights to LEDs, a homeowner can save up to $75 a year. (Using Energy Star Badged light bulbs)
Switching to LEDs is one practical way a homeowner can reduce electric energy cost. And more and more homeowners are beginning to seize the opportunity. Seeing the benefits on their bottom line.
Why LED Technology Makes Sense
As a country (U.S.) switching all our lighting to LED light bulbs in the next 20 years. Could reduce energy cost for the United States by nearly $250 billion and cutting energy consumption by fifty percent. And the environment avoiding 1,800 million metric tons of carbon emissions. If LEDs make sense for the country shouldn’t they make sense for you?
Everyone Can Profit from LED Light Bulbs
Homeowners or if you are business owner it just makes sense to convert your lights to LED light bulbs. Leaders in the industry need to educate their customers about the rewards of switching to LEDs. The demand for quality energy efficient light bulbs continues to grow. The light-emitting-diode sector is going to double by 2025.
Converting Old Light Bulbs to LEDs is Easy
Today LED light bulbs are produced to be a direct drop-in. Some years ago LEDs had a limited selection of light bulb selections. The LED light bulb market is catching up to the demands of the consumer.
Consumers can find direct drop-ins for fluorescent tubes, 40-60-75-100-watt equivalent incandescents, and recessed light fixtures. LEDs manufacturers are making it easy to replace burned out bulbs.
Without having to replace the old fixture to upgrade to the new technology. While still using your current living room lampshade fits on to the light bulb.
Also, using the same tombstones in your fluorescent fixture. (some applications for fluorescent tubes require you to bypass the ballast and wire direct).
LEDs Get Cheaper Every Year
Yes, LED light bulbs are more expensive on the front end. But are less costly than they were when first introduced to the market.
And the price of light emitting diodes gets cheaper every year. You have to look at LEDs as a long-term return on your investment.
LED light bulbs are durable, on average 80 percent more energy efficient, and last for years. Thus, reducing maintenance and replacement cost.
Revamping old light bulbs to LEDs is a win-win for everyone. By keeping your old incandescent light bulbs, is like throwing money away.
WARNING: You’re Losing Money by Not Using LED Light Bulbs
A traditional light bulb costs approximately $4.80 a year to operate. And a halogen incandescent about $3.50 a year. Also, a compact fluorescent light around $1.20. Compared to a LED light bulb which costs a nominal $1.00 to operate. Rates shown are for Energy Star Badged light bulbs that emit the same amount of light.
Opportunity is knocking. Are you going to answer the door? Or sit there and complain about the noise.
You have the opportunity to reduce your budget by making a simple decision to make the best of LED light bulbs. In most cases replacing your light bulbs does not require a certified electrician.
You can start by just untwisting an old light bulb out of the socket and replacing it with an energy efficient light-emitting-diode. And the moment you flip the switch you will begin to save money.
If you’re wondering where to start? Begin with the lights you tend to use the most around the house. Also, think about those high out of reach lights. You know those fixtures you have to get on a ladder to replace.
After you replace the high out of reach light bulbs, imagine not having to drag out the ladder for years to come. LEDs have a long life. (50,000 hour(s) of life). Are durable and work well in many diverse environments
Or you feel the need to replace all your light bulbs at one time with LED light bulbs. Watch how LEDs can help you live a better life. By selecting the perfect color temperature, lumens and color rendering index to brighten any room ambiance.
You will be on the inside track for improving your energy consumption and keeping the green in your hip pocket.
I hope you answer the door!
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