Retail environment specialist Jennifer Robison advocates the use of LED lights in dealerships, saying they help save money, reduce energy consumption, and improve the look of your showroom in general.
Here is a breakdown of the good and the bad.

The good of LED bulbs:
• LED lighting is the best choice for reducing energy use. The bulbs are three-five times more expensive, but you won’t have to replace them three to five times a year like an incandescent bulb!
• LED bulbs last 50,000 hours, CFL bulbs 6,000 and incandescent bulbs approximately 2,000 hours
• LED bulbs don’t interfere with radio or TV reception.
• They add very little heat output.
• Great for feature/spot or decorative lighting and under cabinet displays.

The Bad:
• Pricey
• Not good for general lights (lighting an entire space)
• Still working toward energy star ratings
• Somewhat limited varieties

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