Lighting. Tuesday , March 07th , 2017 - 19:19:30 PM
Surprisingly, most LED lights are incompatible with traditional dimmer switches, which means that you might have to replace those switches with more LED friendly ones. You see, dimmers work by decreasing the amount of energy that gets sent to a light bulb, thus saving you energy. However, LEDs are already energy-efficient, so there's really no need to be using dimmers with them in the first place, as their brightness is by no means an indication of the energy being used. But for those who prefer to keep their dimmers, there are LED optimised dimmers that you can purchase to replace your traditional ones, or you can purchase a dimmer-compatible LED light. Both are rather expensive options, but it's better to know beforehand what you'll be getting yourself into, and they're well worth the cost in the end.
Also consider the height of the room before deciding on the fixture. You don't want your head or the head of your friends and family to bump into the chandelier, do you? Also consider that you may have to change the bulbs in the lights once in a while. So, if you are going to have lights close to the ceiling and you have a high ceiling, then your task will be that much difficult.
While all incandescent lights give a warm yellowish color, LEDs come in a wide range of colors, from purple to red. However, the most commonly used types come in the yellow/white spectrum. The color of an LED light is measured in Kelvins. A higher number of Kelvin indicates whiter light, while lower Kelvin indicates yellow light.
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