- Low maintenance and/or replacement costs. On average, LEDs last 50,000 hours, while incandescent bulbs last 1,000 hours, and CFLs last 8,000 hours.
- Reduces carbon footprint. 10 Incandescent bulbs are responsible for 1,500 pounds of carbon emissions per year. 10 CFLs = 350 pounds/year. 10 LEDs = 150 pounds/year.
- Uses only 8-12 watts of electricity, compared to incandescent bulbs that use 60 watts, and CFLs that use 13-15 watts.
- reduces air-conditioning cooling costs. LEDs emit 3 BTUs/hour, while incandescent bulbs and CFLs emit 85 and 30 BTUs/hour respectively.
- Lighting with the environment in mind
- Excellent color quality, distribution and light output
- Does not contain mercury—limits exposure to hazardous chemicals
- Warm or cool light
- Turns on instantly – Doesn’t waste energy warming up
- Resistance to breakage and vibrations