Lighting Buyer's Guide_Test_Sept2016

Why should you upgrade your lights?

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Benefits of energy efficient LEDs

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Save energy

LED bulbs are the most energy efficient bulbs on the market today - over the life of the bulb, LEDs use up to 90% less energy than incandescent bulbs and up to 10% less than CFLs.

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Long life

LED bulbs have an outstanding operational life (25,000 hours on average), which is 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs and 3 times longer than CFLs.

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Ecologically friendly

LED bulbs are free of toxic chemicals like mercury and are 100% recyclable. LEDs help protect the environment and prevent climate change.

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Durable and safe

LED bulbs are extremely durable and built with sturdy components that resistant to shock, vibrations and external impacts.

Choosing the Right Bulb

Shape & Size

Floor Lamps

Floor Lamps

Table lamps

Table Lamps

Pendent Fixtures

Pendent Fixtures

Outdoors Covered

Outdoors Covered

Ceiling Fans

Ceiling Fans

Ceiling Fans

Ceiling Fixtures

Decorative

Decorative

  • Bulb A21

  • Bulb A19

  • Bulb A21

  • Bulb A19

  • Bulb Flame Tip

  • Bulb Torpedo

  • Bulb A21

  • Bulb A19

  • Bulb Globe

  • Bulb A21

  • Bulb A19

  • Bulb Globe

  • Bulb BR30

Select a Lamp Type above to see the corresponding bulbs here

Brightness and Color Temperature

It's a common misconception that watts equates to brightness, when in fact lumens is the correct measurement of light output (watts instead indicates power). For those wishing for high brightness levels (lumens) with low energy usage (watts), look for a high efficacy number (lumens per watt). The color temperature of the LED lights vary from soft or warm white (a more yellowish color) to cool white (more blueish in color). The color temperature is expressed using the Kelvin (K) scale, where a higher number represents a more blueish light. The color temperature of most LEDs ranges from 2700K to 6000K

Soft, Warm & White

Best for bedrooms & living rooms; providing a traditional warm & cozy feel to them.

2700K 3000K

Warm & Soft

Neutral White

Best for kitchens, bathrooms or garages; giving rooms a brighter more energetic feel.

3500K 4100K

Neutral White

Soft, Warm & White

Best for bedrooms & living rooms; providing a traditional warm & cozy feel to them.

5000K 6500K

Warm & Soft

Buy your Smart Thermostat Today

Now you're ready to purchase your Smart Thermostat - just add your desired thermostat to your cart.

*Note: Some thermostats require a C-Wire (also referred to as a common wire) to power the device. If you do not have a C-Wire on your existing thermostat, there are products in the market that act as an adapter (type “thermostat c-wire adapter” into your favorite search engine), or a contractor can help you install the device.

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