1). Design Spaces with Fewer Limitations
Lower voltage does not mean lower light, or less versatility.
LED light can do everything a traditional light can do except take up as much space! This removes architectural design restrictions when planning placements for lighting, like plenum space, conduit locations, or ceiling height, or insulation contact concerns.
If your commercial lighting needs include “streamlined,” “clean,” and “flush,” then LED lighting is your solution.
LED flat panels take up far less space than their CFL linear panel light equivalents. LED downlighting and their accompanying drivers are much smaller and give off far less heat.
2). Simple to Retrofit Your Existing Lighting System
Brandon Lighting understands there is a real expense to replacing existing fixtures with new. That’s why Brandon makes a myriad of LED bulbs that can retrofit into existing fixtures. Often the capital required for a complete fixture change is possible, making LED lamp changes more economical.
A common question when switching traditional lighting to LED’s is, “do LED’s have the same lumens and warmth as my traditional lights?”
3). Using LED Architectural Lighting is Safe and Environmentally Friendly
The simple fact that LED lights do not produce heat makes them safe for numerous applications where a traditional heat producing bulb would be a fire hazard. These bulbs also integrate a unique heat sink to dissipate any residual heat production from the lamps themselves, making them a far safer option for the home or office than a traditional or halogen bulb.
Additionally, while many commercial lighting projects factor in lighting expense, energy expense, and flexibility, the components used in creating the light—like toxic gases—are often overlooked.
4). Provide Aesthetic Appeal with Greater Versatility
One of the very best reasons to use LED architectural lighting is simply for the aesthetic appeal that they provide.
The light cast by LEDs is unadulterated and brilliant and is nearer to copying genuine daylight than some other accessible lighting. LED lighting has superior CRI, which means the colors in your space render more true to their actual color.
Additionally, while many fixtures are built around the bulbs ability to light a space, fixtures built around LED’s can take on smaller, more dynamic sizes, including everything from tape to sharp, ultra-thin geometric designs.