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Additional benefits of using LEDs at home

K. Karly |

LEDs are made up of home safe materials do not contain harmful gases or substances such as mercury (fluorescent lights), they do not emit harmful Ultra-Violet rays. LEDs are considered fully recyclable and eco-friendly, LEDs are very beneficial to the planet environment.

LED lights are turned on instantaneously, very fast, they light up in just a few nanoseconds. They emit their full brightness since they are turned on.

You should not have any heating problems with LEDs, many Hyperlite LED lights as an example are designed to dissipate the small heat they produce. LED lights produce minimum amounts of heat compared to incandescent bulbs. Installing LED lights at home greatly improves safety, as LEDs generate almost no warmth and reduce the potential for safety dangers such as fires or burns.

By using LED lights you can get substantial energy savings. LEDs use at least 75% less energy and last tens of times longer than incandescent lighting. By 2027, widespread use of LEDs could save about 348TWh of electricity in the United States, the cost of that energy would be more than $30 billion at current electricity prices.

Since LED lights can be small and directional, they become ideal for lighting countertops for reading recipes and cooking. Recessed downlights are widely used at homes in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and hallways. Since LEDs are focused lights, they are great at some specific lighting tasks at home, such as desk lamps, reading lights, night lights, and accent lamps. LEDs can decrease downlight wattage by more than 75% and increase household energy savings. LED lights can be an excellent option to replace traditional incandescent bulbs. With LEDs you have more options to choose the light color. Hyperlite offers the most popular light colors 4000K which is a warm white day light and 5000K which is a true white light color or cool light.

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