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The Benefit of Outdoor Light

Feb 1, 2021
The Benefit of Outdoor Light
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When own a single-family home, townhouse or condominium, you
should give outdoor lighting the same consideration as your
indoor lighting. After all, exterior lighting has so many benefits:
  • Provides increased safety after dark. In addition to making it easier to maneuver around the outside of your home, it helps to thwart crime.​
  • Enables way finding (seeing how to get from one location to another).
  • Creates a warm welcome when family and guests enter the front door.
  • Highlights and adds drama to interesting landscape or architectural features.
  • Helps to create comfortable and commual surroundings, such as defined seating or entertainment area.
  • Enables outdoor grilling at night-particularly useful during seasons when it gets darker earlier.
  • Increases curb appeal-not only while you live in your home, but when you decide to sell.
Since all the point I mention here, we also have the distribute lighting for the outdoor not only resident but also for industrial. Don't hesitate to visit our official website. 

Lumens Lighting Facts that you should know Before Buying Light Bulb

Jan 14, 2021
Lumens Lighting Facts that you should know Before Buying Light Bulb
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When you're shopping for lightbulbs, compare lumens to be sure you're getting:
1) the amount of light,or 
2) level of brightness, you want.
The Lighting Facts Label will help. 
This new label will make it easy to compare bulb brightness, color, life, and estimated operating cost for the year.
In the past, we bought light bulbbased on how much energy. or watts they used.
Wouldn't make it sense to buy light based on how much light they provide?
When you're shopping for lightbulbs, you can choose your next light bulb for the 
brightness you want by comparing lumens instead of watts.
A lumen is a measureof the amount of brightness of a lightbulb.
The higher number lumens of lumens,the brighter the bulb.
What the Watt?
When buying an incandescent bulb, the watts rating gives consumers a good indication of how bright a bulb is.
The more watts, the brighter the bulb.That rule doesn't apply to LED bulbs, though. 
An LED that uses 60 watts is in no way comparable to an incandescent bulb that uses 60 watts. 
In fact, a 60-watt LED just may blind you. LEDs are designed to use less energy and naturally have a lower watt rating. 
This means it's useless to use watts to determine brightness.To fix the problem, bulb companies have started using lumens to rate bulbs. 
This gives you a more accurate indication of how much light to expect from an LED.

Lumens measure how much light you are getting from bulb.
More lumens means it's a brighter light; fewer lumens means it's a dimmer light.
Measuring in lumens isn't a new concept designed just for LEDs. 
It's a rating that's been used for decades as a measurement of how much light a bulb (or anything else) emits. 
It just hasn't been predominantly displayed on packaging until recently.
Lumens let you buy the amount of light you want.So when buying your new bulbs, think lumens not watt.

How to Choose the right Downlight

Jan 8, 2021
How to Choose the right Downlight
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1) Is there any difference in choosing 1 type of light over the other?
2) Is there any advantage in choosing one type light over the rest?
3) How to simply to choose the right lighting?
There are multiple type of LED downlights available in the market today.  
From typical recessed ceiling LED downlights, surface mounted, panel LED lights and so on...
The list almost never ending. So it will be commonly why people always confuse for the light kind to be choose for home.
Despite our sharing experience, we are not going to be technical in this sharing. We will share based on being consumer ourselves.
Steps to chose LED downlights for your home:
1) Be self aware of your own character. Are you more on functional, brand conscious, creative. Most people are either more function or creative.
2) Choose the shape you prefer (Square or Round)
Don't really care about the design first. They can be superfluous and unworthy of your good time in examining the slight differences at this stage.
3) Is your ceiling bare concrete ceiling or false plaster/wood ceiling? Look for lights that is meant for that particular category. The former will relate to surface mounted lights and the latter relates to recessed ceiling.
4) Being realistic about your budget, typical spending habits and the inner desire of wanting to be creative.
Assuming you have thought through your step 1 deep enough, often the product you are getting will also fit nicely with you budget.   
There are multiple choices of downlights LED in the market.
People are still confuse with the choices.
Are you looking for the function or creative?

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