LED lights have many advantages over traditional incandescent bulbs. They are 8-25 times more energy efficient, consume less power, last longer and require little maintenance. Moreover, they are smaller in size compared to neon and fluorescent bulbs making them easy to fit in small spaces. For quick renovations, LED lighting is a flexible system with the least disruption or destruction to structures (walls and ceilings). LEDs come in different lumens (intensity), colors and hues making them versatile in the creation a particular ambience or atmosphere. Switchers and dimmers can also be fitted to enhance LED lighting installations.
Perhaps, the main attraction of LED lighting is that it is a system that’s easy to install. With the number of applications that LEDs have from home and business to street lights and signage, anyone who has some basic knowledge of electricity and lights can install them. The most important consideration is to ensure a safe and secure wiring on the wall or ceiling surface where work is being done. It is also vital to comply with existing fire and safety government regulations. A DIY guide to LED lighting can provide detailed information on various applications of LEDs and how to install them properly and safely.
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