Where can LED lights be used in the home?
Answered by CD Electrical
20th April 2020
CD Electrical answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
LED lights can be used in all areas of your home, indoors and outdoors. LED technology has moved on to the point that the new lamps and are the same size as previous filament styles. This means simple retrofitting of LED lamps to mains voltage fittings is as simple as swapping them over. Due to the versatility of LEDs so many different design types involving integrated LEDs are now available meaning if you can thing of a design chances are someone has made it or can make it for you. As long as the LED lamp or fitting is suitably IP rated (waterproof) for the area you want to install it and any dimming control is LED compatible then you can fit what you want where you want it.
Answered by Keynston Services
2nd December 2019
Keynston Services answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
Anywhere and Everywhere! The range of LEDs now available makes them very versatile. LED comes in a range of colour options from warm white (a sort of yelliw, mood lighting) through to bright white and daylight that give exceptionally bright light. LED also comes in all rainbow colours and, with the right electronic drivers and controlling switches, can be adjusted or switched between seveeal colours and in a range of decorative patterns. Costs of LED are falling and the uses to which LED can be put are expanding.
Answered by Karl Chamberlain Electrical Services
17th April 2019
Karl Chamberlain Electrical Services answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
Every light in your home can be used with LED lamps. Pendant fittings can have replacement LED lamps fitted. Recessed lamps can also have LED lamps fitted or as a complete light (generally more expensive). If your looking to change a light, most now are LED. Less heat from these lights, less energy used, but can give you a brighter outlook. generally more expensive than a standard lamp, but will last for many years.
Answered by TB electrical
12th April 2019
TB electrical answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
LEDs can be used anywhere in the home, just as any lighting. They offer great energy efficiency with the great benefit of reduced electricity bills. The most common is downlights but can be used as under cabinet lighting in kitchens and bathrooms, under plinths, as back lights behind TV's also they can be used in shop signage. With so many options on the market the possibility for uses is endless.
Answered by Integral Smart Home
1st April 2019
Integral Smart Home answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
If you can think it we can make it happen. LED technology has reached a point where it’s extremely reliable and cost effective. People are using it in all areas in their homes. Use LED lighting at skirting level for night lighting to get you to the bathroom without dazzling you or down to fridge for that midnight munchie. Behind TV Screens or ornaments for mood lighting even in cupboards. Create a starry night sky in your TV room and feel like your at the movies. The possibilities are endless, remember to think about control; smarthome automation products brings your led lighting to new levels.
Answered by Electri-Call-Us
30th March 2019
Electri-Call-Us answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
Led can be used any where in the domestic home with no issues. They have got a lot more robust and can handle temperature ranges better. They don’t like extreme heat which may cause premature failure or require extra heatsink to dissipate heat away faster, this usually applies to commercial kitchens.
Answered by M.E.T Electrical Ltd
22nd March 2019
M.E.T Electrical Ltd answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
LED lighting can be used anywhere in the home. With advancing technology there are many products to choose from to provide for any requirement you may have. LED lighting also uses a lot less power than traditional lighting methods and so you have to option to install more lighting in different areas without too much concern for the power that would be potentially used.
Answered by Lyttle Smart Homes NI
19th February 2019
Lyttle Smart Homes NI answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
Led lighting can be used anywhere in the home as there are LED replacements for every bulb currently manufactured and for Halogen lights this will see improvement of 80%+ on your energy costs. Most manufacturers have LED lights which increase the Lumen level in the home and also do them in a variety of light colours. I tend to stick with warm white throughout the house unless doing a Kitchen or bathroom I tend to change these to cool white as these tend to improve the look of modern kitchen and bathroom units.
Answered by Udell Electrical Services
11th February 2019
Udell Electrical Services answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
Led lights can be installed almost anywhere in the property there are lots of different types of lights available. Some are specially designed lights that have the LEDs built into them and you change the complete light fitting. Others are LED bulbs which you can replace. Many existing lights can be retrofitted with LED equivalent bulbs You can get different colours of LED bulbs too the Higher the Kelvin Number (K) the cooler the light MULTICOLOURED lights known as RGB These give multiple colours and can be changed often with a remote control WARM WHITE 3000k which give a nice warm glow to the light colour these are good to use in living rooms and bedrooms EXTRA WARM WHITE 2700k these are as above but they give an even warmer glow to the ones listed above COOL WHITE 4100k These give a stark white light these are good in areas that need a lot of working light such as kitchens and hallways
Answered by East Kent Electrical Ltd
10th February 2019
East Kent Electrical Ltd answered the question "Where can LED lights be used in the home?"
LED Lights can be used just about anywhere you want to light the only exception I am aware of is the cooker lights as they don't like the heat a cooker produces. Did you know if you change to LED lights it can save you up to 90% of your lighting cost by reduced electricity usage? They will also last a lot longer and LED lamps normally have a 3-5 yr warranty on them, so no changing lamps Good news