Why change to LED lighting at home?
Power on demand Ltd can offer you LED lighting at home that will improve the quality of your lighting, while also decreasing costs. We have a wealth of experience at supplying and installing homes and other premises with LED lighting, inside and outside. Let us make the change for you and your electricity bill is guaranteed to fall between 40-80% in as quickly as 12 months.
An additional benefit is to the health and safety within your home. LED lighting brings a better light quality, meaning you’ll have good colour rendering with no dark patches.
LEDs are extremely energy efficient and consume up to 90% less power than incandescent bulbs. Since LEDs use only a fraction of the energy of an incandescent light bulb there is a dramatic decrease in power costs. Also, money and energy is saved in maintenance and replacement costs due to the long LED lifespan - LED lighting at home really is a worthwhile investment!
HOW LEDS ARE DIFFERENT
LED lighting is very different from other lighting sources such as incandescent bulbs and CFLs. Key differences include the following:
Light Source: LEDs are the size of a fleck of pepper, and a mix of red, green, and blue LEDs are typically used to make white light.
Direction: LEDs emit light in a specific direction, reducing the need for reflectors and diffusers that can trap light. This feature makes LEDs more efficient for many uses such as recessed downlights and task lighting. With other types of lighting, the light must be reflected to the desired direction and more than half of the light may never leave the fixture.
Heat: LEDs emit very little heat. In comparison, incandescent bulbs release 90% of their energy as heat and CFLs release about 80% of their energy as heat.
Key Benefits: Lighting Energy Savings (Typically 60-85%) Zero Replacement Overheads In Lifetime Product Lifetimes >50,000 Hours Usage Improved Light Levels On Site Impact & Vibration Resistant Products
With all this in mind, what’s stopping you installing LED lighting at home today?