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LED Flood Light Bulbs

LED flood light bulbs are the latest lighting technology made to replace incandescent floods you may use now. As LED technology has increased, so has the light output of the individual units making them a correct energy saving replacement. The products you see here have an efficient application in many situations whether it's a commercial building, retail lighting or a home lighting situation where you want to get longer life and a steady light that will last far into the future. These come in many different shapes and sizes for use in almost any light fixture that you may have whether it's a recessed can or some track lighting. You can also get different color temperatures on many of these to best fit your interior space whether it be your home or a retail situation or possibly an office building. LED flood light bulbs to come with a standard medium household base socket so you can put these almost anywhere that you put a regular incandescent bulb. You're going to be saving a lot of energy over incandescent, somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 to 90 percent energy savings. You will also get such long life that you're not going to have to change these bulbs very often, and that will also save you money. It's an easy, cost-effective way to save energy while still maintaining proper illumination for your interior spaces. 
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Some general information.

One of the best ways to get general illumination to any area is the utilization of flood light bulbs. These direct the light rather than just having a regular bulb spread light in a 360-degree direction. We have these in indoor and outdoor rated floods that will work great for a business or a home lighting application. And because these are LED, they’re going to be very energy-efficient and get you that long-lasting technology that should last you for many years to come. There’s never been a better time to look at options to save you money while still getting better lighting as a result.

The various types of flood lights.
When we talk about indoor LED flood light bulbs, we always refer to the light glass that it has, and it’s overall lightweight construction. This type is made to replace the BR30, BR40 or R20 incandescent floodlights that people used for many decades. This will typically save you about 90 percent in the lighting energy costs while still giving you the same amount of light as you had before. This is one of the most common things to do which is to replace the bulb itself. For those of you who want to do something that’s a little more permanent, we do have lighting retrofits that replace downlights, so you never have to replace the bulb again. But many people like to have the variety and the ability to change possibly the beam spread of the light or maybe the color over time. If you do, then the best thing to do is to stay with the screw in type of LED light bulbs. It gives you all the flexibility that you could want for your future lighting needs as well as today.

Replace those old CFL's.
A lot of people are looking at replacing those old CFL flood lights, you know the one, with the curled lamp on the inside. Although they were energy-efficient, they’re not as energy-efficient as LED, and so a lot of people are changing those and for a good reason. The color that those had was generally not desirable; it always seemed a bit artificial. One of the improvements with integral LEDs is that they look very much like an incandescent light source. But people also had other problems with them as well, they didn’t last very long, or if they bought them from a big box store that imported some cheap garbage, they found out that it ended up costing them more. If you have them, it’s a good time to look at a replacement because the cost of these LED flood lights has come down and cost and are much more reliable and better looking. You could always tell when somebody had a compact fluorescent, but now with LED, it’s hard to tell the difference between those and the old incandescent.

Saving money is good.
If you’re interested in saving money on your lighting cost, LED is high-efficiency lighting at its best. If you want to know how much you can save by switching to LED, you can download our free spreadsheet on the left-hand column of our website. It gives you the ability to input your existing lighting system comparing it to a new LED light that you would purchase from us. It will not only tell you how much you can save in real dollars but also the payback time that you’ll get as a result. It’s that period that the energy savings pay for the cost of new equipment. If you’re in a home lighting situation, that usually takes longer than a commercial lighting application. Most commercial buildings operate for more extended hours, and the paybacks that they get can be very good. It’s also an excellent time to take a look at any electric utility rebates that could also reduce your payback time as well. Some of them are relatively lucrative, and it all depends on what your local utility is offering. Not every utility offers a generous rebate program, but many do if they’re trying to reduce energy consumption in their areas. What they’re most concerned about is high demand during hot summer days when capacity can be pushed to the limit. It’s actually better for them and for you to have lower energy bills and so they have many different programs to help you achieve that.

Perfect outdoor lighting.
One of the best places to use new LED floods is in outdoor lighting applications where you need to keep good security lighting for a building. It could be something like an apartment complex, condominiums, a large building complex or anywhere you have to have a maintained light at night. We have specific flood lights that are rated for outdoor LED use. They’re entirely sealed and can be wet or damp location rated.security is always one of the main reasons why people have the lights on at night but now it’s easier to leave them on all night long because they’re using so little power with LED. Lighting with LED for this type of application is natural because all you have to do is replace a bulb and the good news is you can still get 2700K warm white color, maybe a soft white or something that’s like natural daylight which many people prefer. The color temperature you choose is essential as well because there are security cameras which can respond better to specific color temperatures. And when you’re trying to differentiate color at night, the closer you are to natural daylight, the better. That is something that is typically about 5000K light color, and it produces light the way our eyes most naturally use it, like outdoor sunshine. It’s the kind of light our eyes best respond to, and that can make a difference when you’re talking about good security or area lighting.

Dimming, yes!
Keep in mind when you’re replacing an incandescent with a BR30 LED, some of these are dimmable LED bulbs as well. For most people it’s not enough to have a light that’s illuminating in an area, they want the availability to dim it when possible. This is particularly true if you’re talking about track lighting or indoor down lighting. In keeping with a complete lighting scheme for a home or a business, the ability to dim was always a problem with compact fluorescent. Those days are gone now as the LEDs are easily dimmable with the correct dimmer. So if you have a business meeting room, you can still dim the downlights anytime you want as long as you have the right kind of lighting control. For the home it can be essential because you’re trying to set a mood when you entertain or have brighter lights when you clean, it’s as simple as that. It was one of the things that people missed when switching from incandescent to CFL that you can now get with LED. We have a complete line of all the different dimming options in any LED flood light bulbs that you see on our website. These are all UL listed and can be used in nearly any light fixture that you have as long as it stays within wattage limits. One word of caution, you need to make sure to have the right kind of dimmer operating these new LED dimmable lamps. If you use the old rotary dimmer, it’s not going to work and can actually be a problem so don’t do that.

How can we help you today?
If you’re looking for a bulk purchase of any of these type of LED light bulbs that you see on our website, make sure to call or email us for special pricing. Not only do we have the best quality products in the industry, but we also have them at a competitive price. We want to make sure that you get something that’s going to last and perform correctly for whatever application you may be using these in. Unlike big-box stores which bring in the cheapest imports they can find, we stick with tested products that we know are going to work for you long-term. We don’t sell cheap junk; we sell products from manufacturers that can be trusted with excellent warranties and so you have recourse if there’s ever a problem. It’s a great time to consider moving to LED floods because of the energy efficiency but also because you’re going to get the best lighting possible for your situation. Let us know if we can help you reach your lighting goals and get you some great products for your home or business.
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