A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a device consisting of a semiconductor that emits light energy when an electrical current is passed through it. LEDs can be used for a wide range of lighting applications. It is predicted that LED lights are the future for energy-efficient home lighting.
LED light bulbs have a much longer life span compared to standard halogen bulbs. In fact LED bulbs last up to 50000 hours – that’s over 5 years of continuous operation! When you install new LED lights you may never have to replace the bulbs again.
The short answer is YES! We pride ourselves on the quality and the light output of all our bulbs simply choose between warm or cool white. You certainly won’t be disappointed with the quality of the lighting!
LED light bulbs are highly energy-efficient, resulting is significant electricity savings over the life of the bulb. Electricity costs are on the increase. The average household lighting bill in the UK is around £300 per year. Replace your existing halogen bulbs with LED bulbs and you can cut your lighting costs by up to 90%. That’s an average saving of over £270 per year!
Yes. Certain types of LED bulbs are dimmable, For standard household dimmers you need a trailing edge or low voltage LED dimmer switch.
SMDs or Surface Mounted Diodes are the new generation of LED lighting. The majority of our bulbs contain SMDs that are three times brighter than the older LEDs and available in warm white and cool white. LED bulbs with SMDs generate a high-quality light the same colour as normal household bulbs.