LED Lighting: Saving Energy and Then Some
LED lighting options, which stand for light emitting diode, are gaining traction in residential and commercial usage for outdoor lighting. The effect is warmer, softer tones.
Simply put, an LED is a semiconductor device that converts electricity to light by using the movement of electrons. Like traditional bulbs, LED’s can be placed into lighting sources, but use far less energy.
LED’s yield 300 percent more efficiency than a compact fluorescent light (CFL), and 1,000 percent more efficiency than an incandescent bulb. Boasting a long life span, LED’s garner about 50,000 hours of use.
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