A Shape (A) LED Light Bulbs - Bases
The most common base used in American households is the E26, Edison screw, base. Most table and standing lamps utilize an E26 socket. The E12 base has gained in use primarily in ceiling fans, candelabra and chandelier fixtures.
LED Light Bulbs offer a bright outlook for the future of lighting. LED bulbs consume roughly 80% - 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs and can last 15-20 years before needing replacement. Ask our energy saving experts how much you can be saving if you switch out the most frequently used LED bulbs in your home.
LED bulbs are available in multiple glass shapes and color temperatures, to light your room just the way you like it. LED bulbs can be omni-directional, shedding light in all directions, or semi-directional, which is suited for focusing light in a tighter pattern.
Many business customers have made energy and cost saving decisions to upgrade to LED bulbs. Contact your local store to have a lighting expert analyze your business lighting needs. We have large inventories, broad assortments, and drop ship capabilities. Whether you need a truckload, case, or a single lamp or bulb, we are your one-stop source. We also offer volume discount opportunities, business deliveries, and multiple order and payment options.
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LED Dimmer Compatibility
LED lights require specific designs to be able to be dimmed. They also need to be associated with compatible dimmer controls to work effectively. Each of our LED light bulbs are tested extensively to ensure compatibility with the top dimmer manufacturers. Please review the specifications tab of our LED product pages, which will indicate whether the bulb is dimmable and the dimmers tested, to match up the correct bulb for your control. Have questions? Contact one of our light bulb experts.
LED Disposal and Recycling
While light bulb technology continues to evolve and is great for energy savings, spent bulbs should be disposed of properly to help keep our environment safe. Batteries Plus Bulbs is a leader is recycling spent light bulbs and commercial lamps. Contact us or visit your nearest store for complete information on local and state recycling.