What is LED lighting?
LED lighting stands for light-emitting diode. LED is one of the most energy-efficient and rapidly-developing lighting technologies for homes, offices, warehouses, and industrial facilities. LED light bulbs are proven to last longer than the incandescent light bulbs that most buildings and homes have today.
LED light bulbs have a 25,000-hour life expectancy. Twelve (12) incandescent light bulbs is equal to one (1) LED light bulb. For the first year it takes $3.30 to operate one LED bulb versus $17.54 to run one incandescent bulb.
Commercial and industrial LED lighting provides powerful, long-lasting illumination for safety and energy-efficiency: parking lot lighting, warehouse lighting, high and low-bay lighting, and the list goes on.
LED lighting includes a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications. It’s important to consider all of the different types of commercial and industrial lighting options before initiating your lighting project or making a purchasing decision.
For example, LED light temperature is valued in degrees kelvin (K). Low temperature (between 2,200 K to 3,000 K) is best suited for restaurants where a cozy, warm-white light is desired. A mid-range temperature (3,500 K to 4,100 K ) is appropriate for task lighting where a cool, bright light is needed. High temperature (5,000 K to 6,500 K) is best used for security purposes or display lighting as it is comparable to daylight.
There are a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial lights and fixtures available. You can be overwhelmed but that's not necessary. Craven Electrical Services will assist you in selecting the right LED lighting solution for your specific situation whether residential lighting, commercial lighting, or industrial lighting. Energy-savings and lower maintenance costs make LED lights a smart choice.
Consider safe and energy-efficient LED lighting:
- LED parking lot lights
- LED flood lights
- LED wall path lights
- LED tunnel lights, and so on.