Indoor Lighting

Indoor lighting is essential to our well-being. But lighting a large business can be expensive, and it can also drain your energy resources. Traditional incandescent lighting, halogen lighting, and fluorescent lighting all require large amounts of power. Fortunately, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) offer solutions to these problems and more.

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Indoor LEDs come in a variety of different types:

  • High and low bay lights: Warehouse owners can use LED high bay lights and low bay lights to illuminate their large spaces. These lights come in different color temperatures, so you can select a warmer or cooler light for an illumination that best suits your business.
  • Ceiling panels: LED ceiling lights come in a variety of styles, including thin panels that are ideal for creating beautiful natural lighting in offices and other indoor environments.
  • Tube lights: LED tube lights are excellent for replacing existing fluorescent lighting with more natural and efficient illumination. They can also be used to create long rows of lighting.
  • Canopy lights: Square and linear ceiling lights are excellent for overhead illumination. They are made of durable materials and provide a strong, even light for places like warehouses or gas stations.
  • Linear lighting: Linear lighting is a versatile form of illumination that can be seen in everything from factories and department stores to workshops, convention centers, and warehouses. Some models are designed for use in dusty or wet environments to protect against moisture.
  • LED bulbs: LED bulbs work great to replace older-style incandescent lighting. Some decorative models even have a filamented design to reproduce the look of old-timey bulbs or chandelier lights.
  • Retrofit lighting: Retrofit lighting helps convert old lighting systems to more energy-efficient LED systems. Retrofit lighting screws into existing fixtures to reduce installation time and cost.
  • Downlights: LED downlights are typically recessed light that direct their light downward for a more focused, concentrated area of illumination. They can be used to spotlight different features at a convention hall, to provide soft lighting in an office reception area or in a variety of other applications.
  • Strip lighting: Strip lighting can be used to create illuminated lighting paths — like those on an airplane, but for any business. You can use them to provide a path to exits, for building perimeter lighting or create fun designs at a convention center or show. In addition, LED neon rope lights provide better night visibility for strip malls, restaurants, and other establishments.