If you are considering replacing your current lighting system with new residential LED lights, then you are probably reviewing all of the information about this technology and what such a change requires. However, if you aren’t knowledgeable about the differences between the two, you may be hesitant to pay the upfront costs that come with installing residential LED lights.
First, you will want to make sure you know what they are and how they work. This type of light gets its name from the fact that it is based off a light emitting diode. In fact, these little plastic pieces are not bulbs at all but rather are very small semiconductors that have been cordoned off and separated by a plastic dome. This dome helps to protect the light that is being emitted as well as focuses it on a specific area.