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Sustainability is the name of the game – whether you’re a business owner or homeowner, or both, living a sustainable life is here to stay. There are relatively easy ways to do your part in our global environment, and it can start with something as simple as changing all your lightbulbs.

Don’t get us wrong, it will take a lot more than changing light bulbs, but lighting walks a fine line since it is both a necessity and a significant source of elegance, so we feel it’s a great place to start.

Let’s look at the three most significant benefits of LED lighting. Please note that there are more than three, but we feel these choices bring the most impact.

  1. Energy Efficiency: LED lighting uses significantly less energy than traditional lighting sources. Please note that conventional incandescent and some fluorescent lighting aren’t legal in the U.S., especially in California, as the state is a leader in energy compliance. 
  2. Longer Lifespan: LED lighting has a significantly longer lifespan than fluorescent bulbs. LED lighting has a lifespan ranging from 25,000 – 50,000 + more hours per bulb, making LED Lighting a definite money saver and low maintenance since frequent replacements aren’t necessary. 
  3. Let’s Talk Emissions: LED lighting emits little heat, which reduces the chances of fire hazards. Less heat emission during summer would lessen the need for an air conditioner running on high, saving both energy and cash.

Now let’s talk about little to no UV emissions in LED lighting. This is great because hardly any UV radiation means reducing the risk of damage to the beautiful artwork you’ve lit so beautifully, as well as other materials that might be sensitive to UV rays.

The great news is that many have already changed their lighting to LEDs, so rest assured that this has made a phenomenal difference in our global environment. But we still have a long way to go.

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From the Jobsite

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by Gerald Olesker, CEO, ADG Lighting