led downlights

  1. Integrated LED Downlights vs Retrofit LED Downlights

    Integrated LED Downlights vs Retrofit LED Downlights
    With the advancement of LED technology in lighting fixtures, there are currently two types of LED downlight available on the market; Integrated and Retrofit LED downlights. This blog post aims to explore the pros and cons of each.
  2. Are Megaman LED Downlights Considered The Best?

    Are Megaman LED Downlights Considered The Best?
    When it comes to LED downlights there are plenty of competitors on the market. With such a bewildering choice confronting shoppers, the question is: Which LED downlights are the best? In this blog post
  3. Comparing LED Downlights To Halogen Downlights

    Comparing LED Downlights To Halogen Downlights
    Among the biggest aggravations you may have with your current halogen downlights is the have to continuously replace them. By getting LED downlights, your frustration of having to regularly change your current downlights will become a distant memory as typically, LED downlights have been tested to last more than 25 times longer than traditional halogen downlights.
  4. Your Guide To GU10 LED Downlights

    Your Guide To GU10 LED Downlights
    There are many frustrations people have with halogen and CFL GU10 bulbs. Halogen GU10 bulbs waste alot of energy and need to be replaced nearly every year and whilst CFL bulbs save energy and last a bit longer, they struggle with not having the ability to accomplish full brightness on launch.
  5. How To Install An LED Downlight: Step by Step guide

    How To Install An LED Downlight: Step by Step guide
    LED downlights are very fashionable at the moment and are the perfect finishing touch to any modern room. Many people choose to use the services of an electrician when installing an LED downlight in their home, however it is perfectly possible to carry the fitting out yourself if you follow our step by step instructions.
  6. Downlight of the Month June 2013

    Downlight of the Month June 2013
    Now into its second generation and replacing the EvoLED and H2, the H2 Pro is brighter and more reliable. And is now available in a choice of two beam angles.