There is a huge amount of LED lights available on the market today. They are made by a number of companies, have different characteristics and quality. Although LED lights are generally better than incandescent or fluorescent alternatives, knowing the distinction between different LEDs will help you choose really high-quality products and forget about replacing them for years. In this article we'll take a closer look at the various factors to consider before buying LED lights for your house.
Look at the product packaging and labelsThe packaging of high-quality lights made by well-established brands will be flawless, with perfect printing and good materials. The labels contain all the necessary information like rated voltage, wattage, color temperature, brightness in lumens, and even years of warranty. On the other hand, makers of the low-quality bulbs rarely invest in packaging, so the materials will be cheap, the printings may not be clear, labels may not include all the needed info, and the packaging in whole will be poor.