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Great...So You Are Ready To Make The "Light Switch" To Led
LED Lighting is the future, the present and the Now! Your search is now complete. LedLightHub.com, powered by Cadence is your one source for everything LED. We specialize in a complete A-Z approach to identify and implement your LED Light needs. It starts with a simple meeting allowing us to understand your needs and desires. We then perform a comprehensive audit on your current lighting, taking into account retrofit costs and cutting-edge approaches to facilitate the transition. Your audit will detail costs; labor and material as well as provide a complete (ROI) Return on Investment report. LedLightHub.com provides UL Approved lighting, all retrofit materials and the comprehensive labor to make the switch. We also go the extra step by helping our clients obtain tax credits and utility assistance when it is available. Start the switch by contacting us today at 800.486.2255.
Florescent Lighting Goes the Way of Low Definition TV
Given florescent lighting and all of its negatives, it is no wonder that some experts say it will be phased out by 2012. Consider the inefficiency of florescent tubes. They are only about 30% efficient. In other words about 70% of the energy enlisted to power the bulb is lost. LED Light Hub counters the inefficient florescent with its delivery of the best LED Light on the market today.
Further, consider, to the equation that florescent bulbs require a ballast to operate which is perishable and burns energy, creates a buzzing noise and allows the tube light to flicker as it provides light to its environment. Further, both the bulbs and ballasts often contain mercury which is a two fold problem. The first issue is dealing with a broken bulb and the mercury contamination potential to its environment. The second is the disposal of the tubes and ballasts. Again, due to the mercury content, these items must be handled and disposed of properly to ensure environmental stewardship.
The future is bright for LED Light Hub. For all of the reasons florescent lighting is on its way out LED Lighting is here to stay. LED Light Hub delivers the light of the new day. Unlike its florescent counterpart, LED lighting is highly efficient. The energy loss or inefficiency is about 5%. A typical florescent tube bulb may be rated at 40 watts. A typical LED tube bulb can operate at about 12 watts or about 30% of the operating costs of non LED lighting. The light delivered is available in a wide range of color spectrums ranging from a warm (more yellow) white all the way to a stark white(white-blue) light. And when disposing of LED lighting just simply treat it as common trash.
LED Lighting requires no ballasts so it will significantly cut down on your ongoing lighting maintenance costs. Couple the reduced costs with added longevity. While florescent tube lighting and incondescent par ligthing typically lasts 10,000 hours or less LED lighting is rated for 50,000 hours or 5 years. No ballasts, reduced disposal costs, increased longevity and substantially lower energy operating costs make LED lighting the only way to go. A typical R.O.I. (return on investment) is less than 2 years. MAKE THE LIGHT SWITCH and begin saving energy and helping the environment now. Make the switch.
Blue Is the New Green
LED Lighting is the gold standard. If you have one budget item that you can perform to get the biggest bang for your buck then it has to be making the Light Switch from your current archaic lighting to new efficient LED Lighting. Approximately 27% of the average utility bill is comprised of lighting costs. What if you could significantly reduce the lighting aspect of your utility bill? What if you could save substantially every month going forward? You can! Don't waste another moment with your old lighting. You can't go back in time, that's why you need to transition to LED Lighting now. Call LED Light Hub for all of your lighting questions at 800.486.2255.
LEDs Are Cooler
Here are some more "Cool" facts about LED Lighting The LED Light Information You're Looking For:
When you're running fans or an air conditioner this summer, having burning-hot incandescent bulbs just makes it harder to manage the heat. LED Lights run much cooler than incandescent bulbs and significantly cooler than CFLs. A recent independent test found the following: That a halogen bulb, a type of incandescent bulb, ran at 327 degrees! An LED downlight was measured at 107 degrees and a Par38 CFL (compact flourescent) worked at 167 degrees.
Get Full Light Instantly
You get the full brightness of an LED bulb when you turn it on, which is an advantage over CFLs in a couple of ways. For starters, you don't need to wait for full light if you're running in and out of a room. But frequent cycling also degrades the life of CFLs, one of the reasons that CFLs in some cases don't last as long as expected.
LEDs Don't Attract Bugs
Due to the light spectrum furnished by LED lighting they do not attract insects in the way that other lighting does. The stated reason that bugs don't fly toward LEDs is because bugs are attracted to ultraviolet light and at least some LEDs don't give off this type of light.
LEDs Come In Funny Shapes
That's because there are so many uses out there. At Cadence our Brand Promise is to assess your particular need; whether it's a new fixture and lighting or your need is for an LED solution for an existing fixture or application, we'll get you the right light.
You Will Need To Learn Some Lighting Lingo
Lumens, of course, measure the amount of light, with a 60-watt equivalent giving off at least 800 lumens. But LEDs are also sold by color temperature, either warmer yellow light or cooler white light. And then there's color rendering index, with the highest being the best for light quality. Warmer color lights will be more familiar since they're closer to the yellow glow of a CFL or incandescent. The whiter and brighter the light, the cooler the temperature.
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