Updating Your Bulbs to LED

Incandescent bulbs are becoming increasingly difficult to find. Production of these has significantly decreased, as consumers are moving to LED lighting. Certain incandescent bulbs have been phased out, as requirements mandated that bulbs be more efficient.

If you still have products that contain incandescent bulbs in your home or business, it might be time to begin your own phase-out, as well. Some people have experienced a bit of sticker shock over the higher price of LED bulbs, which has prevented many people from making a quick switch.

However, it is wise to replace incandescent bulbs with LED bulbs, at least as soon as the bulbs must be replaced anyway. LED bulbs are far more energy efficient, using about one-third of the energy of incandescent bulbs and lasting up to 30 years between replacement. As you can see, while the upfront cost is higher, LED bulbs are infinitely less costly than incandescent bulbs over the long term.

It’s simple to convert your bulbs to LED, as there are comparable bulbs for every incandescent type. The long popular 1835 bulb, a miniature bulb used for a multitude of applications, is available as LED. It is even marketed under the name 1835 bulb, to make it easy for consumers to choose the right replacement. This tiny bulb is one of the most widely used for electronics. The 1835 bulb is one of the easiest to replace with LED, and one of the least expensive in upfront cost, too.

LED versions of your most widely used incandescent bulbs, including 1835 bulbs, are available at every major LED retailer. This makes it simple to replace all those small incandescent bulbs you have in items like indicator lights. Once replaced with an LED version, you may never need to replace this bulb again.

Share!
    Shares