Consume Less Energy with Long Lasting LED Lights


Do You Use LED Lights?

There are a countless number of benefits associated with energy conservation, among the most prevalent are the financial savings and the positive impact on the environment. In today’s world, a growing number of people are taking advantage of these benefits, particularly when it comes to conserving energy on a daily basis at home. Using newer and more energy efficient lighting is a popular and easy way to start conserving electricity at home. In recent years, people have begun to switch their old incandescent bulbs with newer compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs, which are more energy efficient. Although the CFL bulbs have for the most part been accepted as an improvement on old fashioned incandescent bulbs, there is another type of bulb designed for household use that is even more efficient than a CFL bulb.

LED Light Bulbs

The long lasting LED bulb is the latest improvement in energy efficient household lighting. Since it was introduced to the market, the LED bulb has been steadily growing in popularity as more and more people become aware of its superior efficiency and extended lifespan. When compared to other common lightbulbs, the LED bulb goes way beyond in terms of efficiency and overall cost effectiveness. Where a 60 watt incandescent bulb will last 1200 hours, and the equivalent CFL bulb lasts 8000 hours, an LED bulb that emits the same amount of light will last for a staggering 50 000 hours! This longevity will not only save you from often having to buy and replace your lightbulbs, it will also save you money, as an LED bulb costs nearly 10 times less to operate than a traditional incandescent bulb.

The Superior Efficient Light Bulb

In addition to an LED bulb’s superior efficiency and longevity, it has a number of practical advantages when used in household lighting. Many of these advantages have to do with the way an LED bulb works. LED stands for Light-Emitting Diode, which refers to the component of the bulb that releases energy in the form of photons to emit light. Unlike an incandescent bulb, which uses a filament that generates heat, the LED does not give off any heat, making it much safer. It is also a safer alternative to a CFL bulb, as the LED does not use any mercury, which can potentially become toxic if released into the air inside the house.

Energy Conservation

As LED bulbs become more and more popular, it is becoming easier to find bulbs that can replace the less efficient bulbs found around the house. Most hardware and lighting stores in the Vancouver and Langley areas will likely have a selection of LED bulbs to choose from. If you would like to learn more about ways to reduce your household`s energy consumption, or have any questions about replacing your existing bulbs with long lasting LED bulbs, feel free to contact us, or check out our website. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter to get our latest updates.