1. Most LED lamps use up to 90% less electricity than other forms of lighting
  2. LED lamps outlive other forms of lamps by a huge margin
  3. LED lamps give a clearer, crisper light output
  4. The life cycle of an LED lamp is far superior to all other lighting thus reducing the carbon footprint of the user
  5. Most LED lighting qualifies for 100% tax relief
  6. Due to the superior light output of individual fittings, it may be possible to reduce the number of fittings required
  7. There is a massive reduction in maintenance and replacement costs, an important factor in any commercial or industrial environment
  8. Except for specially produced versions, LED lamps have no Ultra Violet or Infrared output
  9. Due to the lower power consumption of LED lamps, a new installation can benefit from reduced cable sizes
  10. LED lamps produce less heat. This can result in up to a 15% saving in air conditioning costs in some working environments
  11. The crisper, clearer light of an LED lamp has been proven to aid reading in some people with poorer eyesight. The light produced causes a greater contrast between the white paper and the black print
  12. With at least a 1-year warranty, there would be no additional costs incurred for failed lamps
  13. Some lamps, particularly CFL lamps and fluorescent tubes, are costly to the planet and environment over their lifetime. LED lamps are greener since they last longer, consume less electricity and are recyclable
  14. Where would you buy any other form of lamp with a minimum of a one-year warranty?
  15. The average domestic property uses 18 - 20% of the total electricity budget on lighting. By changing all lamps and fittings over to LED versions a household can save up to 16 - 18% of the total electricity expenditure.