Although LED technology is a relatively new entry into the world of lighting, it has already made a huge impact on the current state of the lighting industry. LEDs are quickly gaining traction as the next big thing in lighting, garnering praise for generating the lowest heat signatures of any other lighting product on the market, emitting virtually zero UV radiation, and containing zero traces of lead or mercury, a pitfall of the popular compact fluorescent light.
In an effort to give consumers in Seattle, USA, a better understanding of the benefits of switching to LED lights, young consulting electric company G3 Electric Services Inc. is encouraging local residential clients and businesses to try out their LED retrofit program to replace their old lighting and go green. The firm boasts of a number of topnotch electricians who can work with both homeowners and business owners, providing crucial advice on how to make the transition to this new lighting technology.
According to G3, the choice of switching to LED technology boils down to energy efficiency. The company adds that at the end of the day, LEDs are all about keeping residents and business owners from paying taxes used to buy/build another dam or power plant, instead using them on more pressing matters. Again, the consulting company highlights how LED bulbs are vastly superior to both incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, converting just 10 percent of the energy they consume to heat, instead of the 90 percent regular bulbs churn out. Less heat also means LEDs last much longer than any other bulb on the market.
The firm points out that virtually anyone in the Seattle area can benefit from LED lighting, from the homeowner who wants to replace kitchen, dining area and living room lights, to the business owner who wants to replace the lights in large areas and parking lots.