When we inform customers that we exclusively use LED bulbs in our fixtures one of the first questions we are asked is, ” What color are these lights?”
What color are our LED lights
The vast majority of our clients want warm white light. Not the stark, blue, cool light that many associate with LED bulbs. Fortunately, the LED light industry has made advances to the point where bulbs (diodes) can be manufactured to emit a broad spectrum. So meeting the request for warm white lights is a daily activity for us.
Color Spectrum – Kelvin
The halogen lights that have been traditionally used in outdoor landscape lighting are roughly 3,000 kelvin. The LED bulbs we use range between 2,700 kelvin and 3,000 kelvin. To the naked eye there is no essentially no difference between the traditional halogen and our LED lights.
Custom Color Lights
On occasion, we’ll receive a request for a special light color. For example, we have bi-pe bulbs that are 2200 kelvin that actually match the color of a candle flame! They are popular in our deck/post fixtures where clients may have candles on nearby tables.
Also, some clients like to install red and green bulbs at Christmas; orange bulbs at Halloween; and red and blue bulbs for Independence Day.
If you would like custom color LED lights let us know and we’ll take care of it for you or point you to a source for them.
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Outdoor LED Landscape Light Color Explained