LED LAMPS

Energy Efficient LED lights

Use LED Lights to Achieve a Practical or Aesthetic Effect

  

Energy Efficient. LED lights are up to 80% more efficient than traditional lighting such as fluorescent and incandescent lights. 95% of the energy in LEDs is converted into light and only 5% is wasted as heat. This is compared to fluorescent lights which convert 95% of energy to heat and only 5% into light!

Indoor LED lighting is usually accomplished using light fixtures and is a key part of interior design. LED Lighting can also be an intrinsic component of landscape project.

  If you thinking of putting your home on the market? If you want to maximize the selling price of your house, consider these items that suggests most buyers would like to see in a home.


1. Interior and Exterior Lighting: An important safety feature of your home, outside lighting can also spotlight and beautify your home at night. Motion-sensor lights that turn on automatically when there is movement outside your house are an inexpensive way to add exterior lighting. 

2. Energy Efficient Appliances: All homeowners want to limit their utility bills, and energy efficient appliances and windows are the best way to do that. Energy efficient windows can cut heating and cooling costs by 12%, and energy efficient appliances can save up to $40 each per year. 

3. landscape Lighting: Outdoor living spaces are important to today’s homebuyer, and when they look at your home, they are envisioning how they will live and entertain there. Don’t neglect the backyard when you are sprucing up your home for resale.