LEDs have an exceptionally long lifespan. They can last up to three times longer than compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs, and 20 times longer than traditional incandescents. A typical LED that burns three hours a day can last about 22 years before it needs changing.
They’re ideal for hard-to-reach fixtures, as they rarely require changing.
Durable and low-maintenance since they have no filament or moving parts.
LEDs generate almost no heat or UV rays, which can help reduce air conditioning costs and help keep fabrics and furnishings from fading.
They have 85 percent higher energy efficiency than incandescent bulbs and 10 percent higher efficiency than CFL bulbs.