We’ve heard it for years: LEDs may be more expensive initially, but when it comes to calculating all areas of savings (operating costs, energy cost, lamp replacement and labor expenses, etc.), these ultra-efficient lamps are well worth the investment. They virtually eliminate replacement time and costs, decrease heat emittance (which reduces facility cooling loads), and lessen the risk of electrical shock during lighting replacement. But LEDs are only worth the investment if they hold true to their performance promises. A lamp that boasts an energy efficiency increase of up to 90% compared to other lighting options isn’t beneficial if it doesn’t function.
4 Ways To Avoid LED Lighting Failure
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