The LED lights you choose to put on your emergency vehicle will need to endure some tough conditions. They will need to keep you safe, help you with controlling traffic, and announce your presence to other drivers. These lights need to be powerful and practical. Choosing these lights correctly the first time will prevent costly mistakes in the future.
Do you enjoy camping or other outdoor activities in the fall? As the temperatures cool down and leaves begin to change color, many people feel the desire to be outside and enjoy the weather. Camping presents some challenges if you’re looking for that last doughnut in the dark. Nobody wants to be stuck knowing there’s a doughnut to eat but they can’t find it.
Every home has a bookshelf. Some are stuffed to the brim with paperback and hardback spines and some are housing picture frames full of family smiles. Whatever your bookshelf holds, you can be certain that the shelf above is keeping the items below in the dark.The solution here is simple. A mounted light bar. The obvious lighting choice is LED, especially with all of the energy and money saving benefits. (link benefits article here) I say the solution was simple because it was. After an easy installation/mounting of the LED light under the shelf I was quickly in the business of seeing the dark corners of the shelves I’d never seen.
There I was stranded in my hallway with a laundry at my feet on one side, the cat on the other, and the light bulb burned out. How could I possibly see to move? I turned my body from one way to the other looking for some way to see in this dark cave of a hallway. There was no light to be found. I needed emergency light and I needed it then.
Most days it feels like we are on the go-go-go! There is no time to stop and smell the roses, let alone cooking dinner. That’s why the holidays are so special. It’s a time where we get to slow down and gather around with family. Popular media likes to show us two competing pictures: one is family bliss with everyone sitting around the fire; the other is the modern dysfunctional family where everyone is at each other’s throat around the dinner table. We all know that the truth is somewhere in between.
You wake up and walk downstairs to your kitchen. You skip turning on the 1970s lights that flicker on and off in favor of making your coffee. As you sip your coffee, slowly waking up, a sneer slowly starts to creep up your lips. You realize that you hate everything about it and that given the choice between living through a kitchen remodel and having to wake up another morning to it, you decide to gut out the remodel. That means that your first order of business when you get to work is to call your interior designer.