Posts Written OnOctober 2013

Your Top Frequently Asked Questions Answered!

Inspired LED Light Color - Warm White Versus Cool White LED Lights

Chances are, if you have questions about our products, website, or company, we’ve heard them! We have a team of highly capable customer service and engineering experts here to answer your burning questions [usually over] 40 hours a week. This week, let us break down the frequently asked questions we hear the most, just for you! Should I order warm white or cool white for my kitchen? 9.9/10 times, my answer will be warm white. Why, you ask? Warm white will accentuate the colors in the majority of kitchens. It will closely match your incandescent lighting, with a warm and…

Facebook Giveaway | Win a Cut & Connect Series LED Kit

It’s been awhile since we had a great giveaway on our Facebook page, and we hope this will blow your socks off! We are giving away 20 (yes, TWENTY!) Cut and Connect Series 3 Meter Kits in Super Bright. These kits allow you to create your own lighting destiny! To enter the giveaway: 1. Go to our Facebook page 2. Tell us what color you would like to win- Red, Green, or Blue 3. Tell us what you will do with your LEDs 4. To gain more entries: Like, share, or tag your friends! We will choose TWENTY winners! The more we…

FAQ | How Do LED Lights Compare To 60 Watt Light Bulbs?

LED lights versus incandescent light bulb watts

We get this question a lot and one main concept has been driven into many people’s heads due to old, conventional lighting ideas: Many believe that the way to measure the brightness of a light source is by looking at the watts. This, in fact, is not the case; watts are a great measure of power used, but are not a measure of luminosity. It no longer makes sense to look at all lights and base their brightness on how many watts are used. Incredibly energy efficient lights, such as LED lights, are throwing this whole idea out the window.…

Fall Lighting Ideas: 7 Rooms in Your House That Need LEDs Now!

How to Make Sure Your Home is Fully Equipped for the Holidays with Fall Lighting We have officially reached October: the month of pumpkins, colorful leaves, and haunted houses. Fall is under way, and we know how quickly the holidays will be approaching. This is the year you will pat yourself on the back for being fully prepared for company and parties! We’ve compiled a list of important rooms in your beautiful home that can benefit from a little boost of fall lighting here and there. 1. Your Living Room or Family Room It’s the place your family gathers after…