Tuesday, March 24, 2009

L.E.D. Lighting

If you are anything like myself, when you want to know something you research to the ends until it all comes together. Well, how about L.E.D. lighting and specifically landscape lighting. Manufacturers are working diligently to improve on what is already an incredible product.

It reminds me when personal computers were first available on the market. The moment you bought one something new would come out (still true today). Something very similar is happening with led landscape lights. What you see today (extremely efficient at 50,000 hours) has progressed over the past three years.

Today, you can get a white light (not just colors) to accentuate your landscapes natural color and textures. Years ago, heat was a problem but no more...l.e.d. is cool to the touch (be sure to ask about this because not every manufacturer has caught on). In addition, it was difficult to get an l.e.d over 1.5 watts. Landscape L.E.D.s are reaching newer heights at 3, 6, 8, 9, 10 watts even. Until tomorrow and I'm sure we'll discover even more. Yes, at 6 - 10 watts you can light a palm tree!

Coming soon I'll illustrate the progression of landscape lighting ...where we were and where we are now!

ITMT - In the Mean Time visit www.lglandscapelighting.com


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Monday, March 23, 2009

LG Landscape Lighting

I am happy to report my new eCommerce website is up and running! If you see something and want to make a suggestion for improvement, please do so. I'm always open to open and honest feedback. If what you want to say isn't helpful, please don't say it (no sarcasm intended, just looking for great suggestions or observation).

With that said, I'm so glad to have finally gotten here. I've changed my mind, my concepts and i finally reached what I've been striving for. A website, a product line and a vision I am proud of. My products are professional quality, energy efficient and affordable.

My specialty is L.E.D. and I'm so excited about this technology. I recently finished a job in Coronado and wow... With the initial design, we were working with halogen low voltage fixtures and we were at 660 Watts. We took the same design and changed to L.E.D. fixtures and used a whopping 80 watts. It's bright and will lasts over 10 years without changing a thing. It uses no light bulbs - L.E.D. lasts up to 50,000 hours!!!

Enough for now, visit http://www.lglandscapelighting.com/

Thank you,

LaGina


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