5 Best Reasons to Choose LED Lighting For Your Home

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Posted on Tuesday 7th March 2017


Light fixtures take a significant role in every home. Every room in the house requires a source of light and a light fixture is a common choice for many homeowners. But since it takes up a huge amount of electricity, there has to be another way to provide light that’s more efficient and cost-effective. That’s where LED lighting comes in as it provides lighting with going green.

They’re a Lot Brighter

LED light fixtures are built with efficiency in mind. They bring out brighter light while drawing out less power. LED brightness is measured by lumens instead of watts which amount to several thousands of lumens for a small LED light tube. Compared to CFLs or incandescent light bulbs, LED lights don’t need to have several watts and you won’t need to put up several light fixtures to brighten up a room.

They Don’t Contain Toxic Chemicals

Incandescent light bulbs and CFLs are notoriously known for their chemical content. Mercury is a toxic substance that can cause poisoning if not handled properly. Since LED lights don’t contain these toxic chemicals, it’s a greener and safer option that won’t harm you or your family. On top of that, disposal of LED is relatively safer due to the lack of dangerous chemical contents.

They Last Longer

One of the best things about LED lights is that they’re built to last. An average lifespan for LED lights is about 5 years. Even the warranty for LED grow lights of 5 to 10 years is evidence to their longevity and durability.

They’re More Durable

The usual incandescent bulbs and CFLs often experience flickering or dimming after a couple of months or a year. This requires replacement rather than repair since these lights use delicate material such as neon gas and filament. But LED lights use sturdier materials such as epoxy resin to encase the chip that produces light.

You Can Save Money

Since LED light fixtures draw out less power, it means that you’ll be able to save on electric bills. A single LED light is capable of lighting up a wide room with ease. In the long run, you’ll also be able to save on replacing busted lights since LED lights are more durable and have a longer lifespan. For example, a garage with a wide LED light fixture and a good garage heater will be able to save you around $120 in bills.


It’s clear that LED light fixtures are more efficient than the traditional CLFs or incandescent light bulbs. LED lights draw out less power while producing brighter lights. Overall, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be using LED lights in your own home now and in the years to come, we can expect that LEDs will start to replace our old light fixtures.




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