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LED’s (light emitting diodes) are semiconductor devices that produce visible light and are more efficient, durable and versatile than standard light bulbs. At Connecticut Lighting Centers we feature a wide selection of quality LED bulbs for lamps, recessed lighting, flood lights, flush mounts, chandeliers, wall sconces and many other lighting fixtures in the market place.

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Aside from being more energy efficient than incandescent lighting, LED’s are offered in a wide variety of different color temperatures. We carry most LED bulbs in both 2,700 kelvin (warm light) and 3,000 kelvin (whiter light). Visit our Hartford or Southington showroom to see the fine selection of LED bulbs from top brand manufacturers including Bulbrite, SATCO, and Green Creative. Let our professional sales staff show you the difference between LED color temperatures.

LED bulbs are well-known to last longer than traditional light bulbs. The average incandescent bulb lasts around 1,500 hours, whereas LED bulbs last over 25,000 hours. We offer a five-year replacement warranty on every LED bulb we carry to ensure our customers it is worth choosing Connecticut Lighting Centers as your complete source for LED lighting.

LED bulbs are also eco-friendly and produce very little infrared light and almost no UV emissions. Unlike fluorescent lights, LED bulbs are free of toxic chemicals and are 100% recyclable, allowing you to help reduce your home’s carbon footprint. LED bulbs are designed to focus light and can be easily directed to a specific location as well as achieve unique lighting effects. They are terrific for illuminating the living spaces in your home with energy efficient lighting you can rely on.

Our expert staff is ready to answer any questions you have about LED bulbs and to offer advice on how to best utilize the bulbs in your home.

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