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Commercial-grade LEDs are designed for all-day use. Their internal components are more durable than LEDs intended for residential properties. Designed to last, they generally come with longer warranties.
With incandescent bulbs, wattage was the best way to gauge a bulb’s brightness. When looking for an LED that is comparable, you’ll need to
look for lumens.
LEDs are available in a variety of styles to fit all fixtures, such as recessed cans, chandeliers and enclosed fixtures. When choosing an LED, make sure it’s appropriate for your specific application. Not sure what type to use? This chart can help you get started.
The key to uniform lighting is finding a bulb that matches your existing bulbs’ color temperature. It’s measured in degrees of Kelvin (K). Lighting distributors and contractors can also help you choose.
Also look for LED bulbs with high color-rendering index (CRI) values. Higher CRI values make colors appear vibrant and enhance visibility.
Purchase commercial-grade LEDs from a participating lighting distributor.
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