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LED Tube Lights

Updated on May 1, 2014

LED Tube Lights

In a day where everyone needs light in their lives that is going to be constant and reliable, LED tube lights are here to meet our needs. Some may not know what LED tube lights are because they just buy the first light bulb they see when they go to the store when they need new light bulbs. There are light bulbs and there are LED light bulbs. We live in a world where we are constantly trying to improve systems and make things better. The same goes with the light bulb. We have come a long way with light bulbs since the first light bulb that was created. There are quite a few different types of light bulbs and they all meet some of our needs, but do they meet all of our needs and spoil us in the process like LED tube lights? No, they do not. During the course of this article you will learn more about LED tube lights and the benefits of using them over other types of light bulbs. The evidence should be enough to convince you to do away with your old light bulbs and convert to LED tube lights.

LED Tube Lights

What are LED Tube Lights?

Some know what LED tube lights are, but there are many that do not know what they are. They, just like any other type of light bulb, provide us with light. There are LED tube lights that are warm white, natural white, pure light, along with other colors. Each color is meant to give a different effect and is meant to enhance a room's atmosphere through the tone of the light provided. There are some places in your home that you will want white light and others where you may want blue or red light. You can get all types of colors to enhance your home, or even an office.

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Why Invest in LED Tube Lights?

There are many reasons why you should invest in LED tube lights. Here are a few of them:

  • Long life span of 50,000 plus hours
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Many different colors to choose from
  • Lots of styles to make your house your own
  • No flickering
  • No buzzing
  • Recyclable
  • Money saver

Continue reading as we explore each of these benefits in more detail.

Types of LED Lights

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Where can you use LED tube Lights?

House
Office
Car
Inside
Personal office
Headlights
Outside on the house
Office Building
Overhead light
Around the walkways
Along the stairs
Tail lights
Here are some potential uses of LED tube lights in 3 different areas

LED Recessed Lighting

LED Tube Lights Benefits

There are so many different benefits to using LED tube lights that you can't just pick one to highlight!

Benefits of LED tube Lights

As mentioned above, there are a lot of benefits of LED tube lights. First off, they have an incredibly long life span. You will get 50,000 plus hours of life from LED tube lights. They will last a long time so that you won't have to replace them as often as other light bulbs.

Next, LED tube lights are environmentally friendly. You don't have to worry about hurting the environment when you use these lights. They contain no mercury or lead unlike other types of light bulbs. These lights are also recyclable and so you don't need to worry about filling up landfills with old lights like you do with other types of lighting options.

As also mentioned earlier, LED tube lights come in many different colors. They come in a few different types of white light along with many other colors. You can use the other colors in particular rooms of your home, or a popular place is on the outside of your home.

If you have ever wanted to change up the lights in your home to make your home more personal and give it a new look, then LED tube lights are a fantastic solution. There are track lighting, recessed lighting, strip lighting, fixtures, and many other different styles of light bulb options available at your finger tips to make your home stand out.

With some lights, fluorescent lights for example, there are flickering and buzzing sounds when you turn the light on. A wonderful advantage to LED tube lights is that there is no flickering or buzzing when you turn the lights on. They immediately power up with no flickering or buzzing as they warm up unlike fluorescent lights.

There is one benefit that tops them all for some people, and that is the reduced costs! These aren't one time savings costs we are talking about, these are monthly reoccurring savings. LED tube lights were designed to be energy efficient. You will save energy as you use these lights, and as a consequence you will save money on your electric bill each month as well. The total in savings each month will add up quickly and you will see your investment pay for itself with savings.

LED Strip Lights

Benefits of LED Tube Lights

Learn more about LED Tube Lights

There is always something new you can learn about LED tube lights. They are a great investment for many of the reasons mentioned above in this article. Remember, when you switch over to LED tube lights or any other type of LED light, you are helping the environment, saving money each month, adding style to your home, and making a great decision.

The video included will help you be able to see the some of the benefits of using LED tube lights. You will be able to see them in action and also be able to learn more about them. Don't stop learning about ways to improve your home and our environment.

Note: All pictures included in this article are found on Amazon.com

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      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      My hubby is sold on these and uses them throughout the home. Thanks for highlighting this product.

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