LED is quickly becoming a standard for those who want to invest in serious energy savings over time in their lighting. And while many LED options exist for businesses that have a variety of lighting needs (outdoor wallpacks, parking lot lights, warehouse lights, etc.), most homes and offices can replace many of their lights with just a few types of LED bulbs. These include A19s (the "traditional" bulb shape), downlights like BR30 and BR40 bulbs, and decorative bulbs for things like chandeliers.
Like businesses, home and office settings can technically choose from a variety of color temperatures in their bulbs, but most of us have gotten used to the warm glow of incandescent bulbs, which have a color temperature of about 2700K. So when upgrading to LED bulbs, many will choose that temperature (although you might opt for 3000K in utility areas like garages, laundry rooms, and possibly even kitchens, depending on the environment you want to create).
To make the upgrade simple, we've put together a page of our best values in 2700K LED light bulbs. These include name brand bulbs to provide you with increased reliability, better color consistency, and longer warranties than unknown brands. We've even included some 6-pack options to really drive down the price of bulbs.
Of course if you have other lighting needs, we hope you'll give us a call. Our goal isn't just to provide you with answers, but to provide you with a great experience from friendly service to fast shipping and ongoing support.
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