Over the years, LED lighting has been the choice of many home and business unit owners—for many good reasons.
Light-emitting diodes (LED) lamps and luminaires have been proven to consume at least 50 percent less energy than older types of lighting fixtures. In addition, LED can operate longer than older types of lamps. They typically last twice as long as fluorescent lamps and eight times longer than incandescent bulbs. For owners of businesses and homes in the Philippines, what this means is the potential to save more in terms of operational costs.
Even with lower power requirements, LED lights are still able to produce great illumination, with brightness that can rival or even exceed the best that older fixture types can offer. Further, the quality of light they produce remain the same throughout their lifetime.
These qualities help ensure that LEDs remain operational at optimal capacity from first day to last, decreasing the costs associated with maintenance and the need for fixture replacements, among others. But to get the most out of this lighting type, it’s best to invest in good quality LED lights.
World leading professional and architectural lighting solutions company Feilo Sylvania recently launched its range of products in the Philippines. The Hungary-based business is a globally trusted company, awarded by several industry bodies for its innovation and top-notch quality.
“Feilo Sylvania is excited to formally launch its products here in the Philippines,” said Feilo Sylvania Philippines country manager Vince Adorable. “We believe that the Philippines is an exciting market to be in especially now that we are seeing phenomenal growth in the country’s real estate and construction industries.”
Feilo Sylvania’s products are now available at lighting distributors and hardware stores nationwide.
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