When it comes to commercial design, LED lighting is being incorporated more and more often. Many companies, architectural firms and other organizations are choosing to integrate creative LED effects into their design, not only due to their eye-catching effects, but because of their long-lasting appeal, low maintenance and greater design options offered today in the LED industry. As a bonus, today’s LEDs use up to 80 percent less energy than your grandfather’s neon signs. That’s huge in today’s eco-conscious world.
LEDs are composed of multiple, individual lights and can be programmed to flash, fade, scroll or light up independently. This flexibility makes it possible to show off your company’s distinctive brand logo or to display any other type of attention-grabbing image or informational content. Unlike incandescent lighting, LEDs don’t burn out, they merely dim over time. Quality LEDs have an expected lifespan of 30,000-50,000 hours or even longer, depending on the quality of the bulb or fixture.
Whether you’re designing a shopping mall, grocery store, airport, casino, stadium, financial institution, hospital, university, retail location or any other type of commercial establishment, with LEDs, you can use virtually any combination of lights and create all types of movement, effects, or animations. Need a curved or circular display, or something that can be built at an angle? No problem. This type of versatility just isn’t possible with neon and fluorescent signs. There are few limits to what can be created.
With an eye to the future, LED lighting still has an enormous amount of room for technological growth and offer various advantages over all other forms of lighting. You can incorporate them in both indoor or outdoor design, because they’re both durable and reliable. In commercial architecture and design, they can bring your creative vision to life like no other.
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