Philips is one of the most trusted names in lighting, and offers some of the highest quality in LED bulbs. We have a wide range of Philips LED bulbs and fixtures, described and sorted more easily for you in this article.Read More
T8 bulbs have traditionally been fluorescent lamps, but these days there's good reason why more businesses are upgrading to T8 LEDs. Both are good options. Learn more about them here.Read More
Enjoy a little downtime with this lighting related crossword puzzle from Lighting Supply!Read More
Take a short lighting break with this word jumble. Unscramble words related to the lighting industry.Read More
When you need a short break, keep it lighting related and search for 14 words common to the lighting industry.Read More
Fluorescent bulbs are one of the most widely used bulbs in business today. But with millions sold in the United States each year, this also means that millions are being disposed of, which makes it critical that we dispose of them properly. Learn about how easy it is!Read More
Commercial and industrial lighting fixtures help to maximize the effective use of light bulbs. This article explores some of the basic types of these fixtures and how they're used.Read More
In the last couple of years, traditional incandescent A19 light bulbs (the shape most of us picture when thinking about light bulbs) were phased out of production and importation in the US. These included incandescent bulbs of 40, 60, 75, and 100 watts.
A lot of people have been unhappy about this change because they love the warmth and familiarity of incandescent bulbs. However, there are plenty of good options, including LED A19 bulbs, halogen A19 bulbs (which are actually incandescent bulbs!), and believe it or not … the traditional incandescent bulb you know and may love is still available, despite the regulations.
And that’s where rough service bulbs enter the story.Read More
Recessed lights are one of the most popular modern lighting options for homes and for many office settings. Also called downlights and can lights (short for “canister lights”), they provide general (ambient) lighting, task lighting, or accent lighting while remaining unobtrusive because the lights are recessed into the ceiling (or in some cases into a wall).
By hiding the lights to a degree, recessed fixtures help to open up a space and more prominently feature what’s in a room rather than the lights themselves.
This article will give you a general overview of recessed lighting including its three main components, applications, and things to consider when buying housing, trim, or bulbs for recessed lighting.Read More