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Why Would i Want To Buy That?

02/18/2017
Posted by John Ross

Modular homes have a bad rap. Once thought of as a glorified trailer, modular homes have turned the corner into the main stream. Customers want more control over the design of their home – and are moving further and further away from the standard tract home. Modular homes provide home buyers more control over the design and layout of their home.


Although they still only make up a fraction of the market (only 1.5% according to realtor.com), their relatively low cost makes them an attractive alternative to a more traditionally built home. There are three advantages to buying a modular home: Quality, Speed and Cost.
Based on price per square foot alone, modular homes are generally significantly cheaper than the cost to build a home on site. However, there is a major caveat: the price to build the home does not include the price of the land or the price of running utilities to the property. If you are not building in an urban area, the costs to run utilities could quickly run into the thousands, so it’s important to check out what utilities are where.
Surprisingly, the quality of a modular home may be superior to that of one built on site. This is because there is greater institutional control over building the home. Whereas a home built on location may have multiple contractors and sub contractor with little supervision, a modular home is build in a factory where there is increased scrutiny. Additionally, because of how they’re built, many prefabricated homes may actually be more energy efficient.

The last major benefit is the speed at which you can get a home built. Builders can construct the shell of a home in as little as 5 days. They will then assemble the home at the site and finish the interior. It will be up to you to create your dream home with furniture and lighting.

LED’s are Paving the Way Towards a Brighter Future

02/18/2017
Posted by John Ross

LED lighting has made a huge splash in urban development in recent years. As the technology has improved, its uses in daily life have only expanded. From lamp posts to emergency vehicles to computer screens, LED lights have become critical to fulfilling a modern existence. What if, however, their use could be broadened to a much larger context?


A new project along The United States’ iconic Highway 66 may be the first signal of this new and exciting movement. According to an article by Digital Trends, the Department of Transportation (DoT) in Conway, Missouri is interested in installing special solar panels in the sidewalks of its Historic Highway 66 Welcome Center. These solar panels, made by Solar Roadway, are designed to be walked and driven on and are a triple threat of functionality: every panel creates energy, heat, and light courtesy of powerful LED lights. Throughout the day, the panels gather solar energy and emit warmth to melt ice and snow in order to create safe walkways for visitors. At night, the LED lights activate for a brilliant, highly visible path. These panels are slated to be installed by the end of 2016 and are sure to become quite the attraction, just as it’s main focus, Highway 66, has been for so many years.

These LED light solar panels may sound like the prose of science fiction, but the fact that those dreams are becoming a reality makes it all the more exciting. The Missouri DoT’s decision to install these panels is incredibly progressive and should inspire other cities across the nation to follow suit. The safety benefits and energy-cost reductions are tremendous. With the excess energy collected by panels, for example, cities could use that clean energy to fuel other components of their urban infrastructures. Further, with the money saved by these highly energy efficient panels, cities could pour that money into programs such as public education. With a little brainstorming, the possibilities are truly endless.

LED lighting is unquestionably a part of our future, and Lights N More could not be more pleased to help pave the way towards a brighter tomorrow. With our wide selection of LED light bars, LED mini light bars, LED emergency lights, strobe lights, and so much more, our products are designed to shine brightly for the years to come.

A Brighter Look: Mini Light Bars

01/31/2017
Posted by John Ross

If you’re looking to fit some LED light onto a small dash, we have the product line for you. Mini LED light bars are excellent for any emergency vehicle. Firefighters and other first responders use them on their own POV’s to alert other drivers of their presence. These small lights are also ideal for tow trucks, construction crews and other service vehicle

A Brighter Look: Mini Light Bars 2

01/31/2017
Posted by John Ross

If you’re looking to fit some LED light onto a small dash, we have the product line for you. Mini LED light bars are excellent for any emergency vehicle. Firefighters and other first responders use them on their own POV’s to alert other drivers of their presence. These small lights are also ideal for tow trucks, construction crews and other service vehicle

A Brighter Look: Mini Light Bars 3

01/31/2017
Posted by John Ross

If you’re looking to fit some LED light onto a small dash, we have the product line for you. Mini LED light bars are excellent for any emergency vehicle. Firefighters and other first responders use them on their own POV’s to alert other drivers of their presence. These small lights are also ideal for tow trucks, construction crews and other service vehicle