Old Lights for New
Connected Technology can help you upgrade to energy-efficient, long-lasting LED bulbs, especially in your recessed ceiling lighting.
Recessed lights (also known as can lights, pot lights or downlights) have become very popular in new homes and as upgrades in almost any home renovation.
LED Energy Efficiency Saves Money
LED lighting uses 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs and 30% less energy than compact fluorescent lights (CFLs). The energy consumption to use a standard 60-watt replacement incandescent bulb would cost about $90 over the course of 10 years. For an LED, running over the course of 10 years the actual cost would be only $18 to operate. When you multiply these savings to all the recessed lights in your home, it can make a significant difference.
LED is Dimmable
LED lights are completely dimmable with no flickering or delay when turned on, unlike CFLs.
LED has No Heat Output
This saves fabrics, artwork, and insulation with no need for insulated boxes or “tin cans” as required with incandescent bulbs.
Beautiful Recessed Lighting
Recessed lights, controlled by dimmer switches or smart home technology, can provide ambient lighting, task lighting or accent lighting to almost any room or space. The introduction of LED lighting has made recessed lighting more beneficial in many ways.