LEDs are the Future of Light Bulbs
Are you still using old style fluorescent bulbs or incandescents in your office or commercial building? You must be one of those people who have trouble making small sacrifices now that will reward you handsomely later. Get over it. Start buying LED bulbs. Here’s a quick review the advantages of LEDs:
LEDs last about 25 times as long as incandescents and three times as long as CFLs; we’re talking maybe 25,000 hours of light. Install one today, and you may not own your house, or even live, long enough to see it burn out. (Actually, LED bulbs generally don’t burn out at all; they just get dimmer.)
Incandescent bulbs convert only 5 to 10 percent of your electricity into light; they waste the rest as heat. And they are hot. LED bulbs are far more efficient. They convert 60 percent of their electricity into light, so they consume far less electricity. You pay less, you pollute less.
LED bulbs also turn on to full brightness instantly. They’re dimmable. The light color is wonderful; you can choose whiter or warmer bulbs. They’re rugged, too. It’s hard to break an LED bulb, but if