Why use LED Lights? Save energy and safely touch bulbs

LED lighting uses less energy, lasts longer and is more eco-friendly than traditional lighting technologies.

Why should you use LED lights?

LED light bulbs provide many advantages compared to incandescent and halogen light bulbs.

That’s why we supply the latest in LED lighting technology to light up your home, industrial and commercial spaces, inside and out.

Overall, LED light bulbs are energy-saving, have a longer lifespan and zero UV emissions as outlined below.

We don’t want to get too technical on you, so you can find more information on the development of LED technology on Wikipedia.

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Why use led lights? They use less energy than regular light bulbs

Energy Saving

The main benefit of LED lights is their incredible energy efficiency, using as much as 90% less power than standard bulbs. 

LED bulbs have vastly greater lifespans than standard bulbs, lasting up to 40 times longer — an average of 50,000 hours as compared to about 1,500 hours for incandescent bulbs.

Imagine not having to change your light bulbs for the next 10 years!

Why use LED lights? They are safer than traditional bulbs


LED bulbs have housing technology that cools the bulb so that it can be touched safely.

Why use LED lights? They have a long life span

Longer Life

LED Bulbs live up to ten times longer than incandescent light bulbs, making them financially attractive to households and businesses.

Why use LED lights? They have low mercury output, zero UV emissions and minimal infrared light.


LED bulbs are the most eco-friendly product in the lighting market, due to their low mercury output, zero UV emissions and minimal infrared light.

Why use LED lights? They can be focused


LED light designs enable light to focus consistently on specific areas.  Some LED lights also offer dimmers.


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LED bulbs work well in all weather types and resist shock impacts.

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