LED Light Bulbs & LED Lights
Showing 1–12 of 20 results
Energy Saving with Less Carbon Footprint Lighting
LED lights can be tough to choose when the different types of bulbs all seem to be confusing. That’s why we are here to help. We know all about light bulbs and can guide you in the correct direction in order to find the bulb that’s perfect for you. From led ceiling lights, led downlights, and even specific PAR16 bulbs- we have it all. We can assess how much power you want, the amount of lasting hours a bulb has, the watts, how hot or cool you want to burn, and much much more. We call ourselves specialist in this area! We encourage you to take a moment and read through each description and more infromation to ge the best idea of what kind of bulb you are interested in so we can help you pick the right one for your home to become energy efficient. Medium base light bulbs or candelabra base light bulbs; they both pack a bang for your buck and you never have to sacrifice elegance or power. Since LED lights are the wave of the future, it shouldn’t take much convincing from us for you to be a part of the wave and join in. We want to help you in any way possible so we also have blogs and written explanations of the differences and multiple uses of the different types of bulbs you will find in this category. Should you be looking for a specific type you do not see on our site, we may be able to help you find it. Feel free to reach out to us at any time in your shopping spree and we will be glad to help. Should you be interested in bulb pricing for a major project, we will be glad to fill your request for a special buying proposal.
Showing 1–12 of 20 results
10A19 5000K 120V LED Medium Base Light Bulb 4 Pk
13PAR30 LN 40′ 3000K 120V LED Long Lasting Bulb
13PAR30 Short Neck 3000K 120V LED Light Bulb
14 Watt (85W Equivalent) 25,000 Hour Dimmable BR40 Flood LED Bulb
15 Watt (6575W Equivalent) 50,000 Hour Dimmable BR30 Flood Bulb MADE IN USA
15PAR38 LED Bulb 40′ 3000K 120V D with Long Lasting Life
24 Watt (90/120W Halogen Equivalent) 50,000 Hour Dimmable PAR38 LED Bulb
4″ Recessed LED Downlight
4W CFC 30K Candelabra Base 120V LED Light Bulb
4W CTC 30K 120V LED Candelabra Light Bulbs
6 Watt (30W Halogen Equivalent) 30,000 Hour MR16 GU10 LED Bulb
6″ Recessed LED Downlight
Saving energy isn’t as hard as some may make it out to be. It’s actually one of the easiest things you can do, that is if you remember to do it. For example, unplugging electrionic devices when you are not using them like your home lamps, small handheld device charges, curling irons, electric shavers, kitchen blenders, and even the television. Lessening your carbon footprint is all about the little things, they do not necessarily have to be huge things. You are contributing to less pollution and even peaks in your electric bill you don’t want.
When it comes to light bulbs and choosing LED or others, of course, LED lights will be more energy efficient because they are 80% more efficient than traditional light bulbs. They actually work opposite of one another. Remember you could touch a light bulb and it would burn to the touch, well LEDs fixed that. 95% of the energy a LED puts out is converted to light and only 5% converted to heat whereas regular bulbs put out 95% heat and convert 5% to light – in return making less waste of heat and more of the energy we want of light. I felt the light bulb just go off in your head! Luckily these things have been around for quite some time but didn’t hit a big boom until the last 10 years.
In 1962 while working for General Electric, Nick Holonyak, Jr., invented the first visible-spectrum LED in the form of red diodes. Pale yellow and green diodes were invented next. Of course he was not new to the concept of light but discovered the different avenues he could take with the LED. At first Light-emitting diodes were very expensive, some $200 per piece. Thus, they were used as indicators only in highly professional laboratory equipment. Fairchild Semiconductors succeeded in the 1970s to reduce cost of individual LED to 5 cents by using planar process in production of semiconductor chips for light emitting diodes.
By using innovative methods of packaging and a planar process of chip production, the LED was made into a commercial product with variety of uses. Today, most to all LED are made in China marking Cree as one of the most innovative and technologically advanced makers of the LED bulb. Only thing is there are fairly not at consumer price. The chips and technology put into those bulbs are mostly for commercial use. Nonetheless, smaller brands do offer the same type of technology LED uses for the masses and we are here to offer them to you. LEDs will be around for a long time to come. We will gladly help you figure out where you fit on that spectrum.
Feel free to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates and information from us to help you. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org/conservastore – we’ll be glad to help you figure out quantity, type, or even design ideas that can be used for your living room remodeling ideas. If you happen to be in Central Florida where home is for us, we would be glad to suggest a licensed professional to install any of our products for you. The Green Solutions for Your Life!