Want to replace your T8 or T12 fluorescent tube lights with non-buzzing LED lights that emit noticeably higher-quality light? T12 fluorescent lamps and some T8s are now obsolete and they’ll only remain in stores until the warehouses run out.
LED Tube Lights for Home and Garage explains what to look for in an LED lamp, what to expect to pay, and what you’ll need to do to make the change.
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Find out which LED tube lights are best for you
LEDs are a great option for non-humming, flicker-free, high-CRI lighting. LED T8 lamps have dropped in price while their light quality and brightness has soared, making them the ideal replacement for your old fluorescents. Installing them can be as simple as changing a light bulb — or you may want to move up to dedicated fixtures.
All the Knowledge You Need to Get Started
“LED Tube Lights for Home and Garage” contains the knowledge you need to select what will work best for your home and residential lighting:
** Why Change Your Fluorescent Lights?
** What are LED Replacement and Retrofit Lamps?
** LED Tube Lamp Options
** Fluorescent Ballast Efficiency and Lifetime
** Time to Replace Your Present Fixtures?
** The Difference Between T12s and T8s
** What to Look for in an LED Lamp?
** LED Light Quality and Color Temperature
** How Much Light Do You Need?
** How Temperature Affects Lights
** Lifetime vs. Warranty
** Teardowns of 7 popular LED lights
** Glossary of LED tube Lighting Terms