As a landlord, you cannot really afford to ignore LED lighting and especially inbouw LED spotjes.
This is because not only do they represent a substantial saving in financial terms, but they also look stylish and will last the test of time.
Particularly if you are renting multi occupancy or student homes, you will appreciate the importance of the hard wearing and the economical.
But it is more than this. LED fittings such as badkamer spotjes (bathroom spots) are fashionable now and all types of inbouwspots LED fit neatly into any rented apartment.
STYLISH AND MODERN
If you look at the interior of any contemporary studio apartment, inbouw spots sit snugly inside the recesses and alcoves, emitting a gentle ambient glow.
This looks homely, but at the same time, stylish and modern.
Because they are recessed, they are not hanging down and begging to be broken.
Your tenant will have to work really hard to get these cute little dimbare badkamer led spotjes en inbouw spots LED out of the wall, or ceiling. So, unlike more traditional types of bulb and fitting, the LED insertion spots shouldn’t fall out or prove tempting to be fiddled with!
REDUCE YOUR BILLS
If you are offering an ‘all in’ bill deal for your tenants, then you really cannot afford to ignore the savings that LED lights bring.
Did you know that in 2012, the switch in the US to LEDs saved a total of $675, over the 49 million LEDs that were installed?
But here’s an overview of the money you could save;
Even if you estimate that you spend $8 on an LED bulb – and they can be found much cheaper than this, you could still save a packet.
Consider an incandescent bulb may be $1 and the LED insertion spot is $8; then compare the lifespan of each – 1000 hours for the incandescent and approximately 25000 for the LED.
Next, look at the amount of watts needed to put out the same amount of light. An incandescent of 60 watts would need to be replaced with 10 watt bulb.
Then we factor in how many times the incandescent will need replacing to keep up with the LED, which is approximately 21 times (multiplied by the $1).
The cost of the electricity is obviously the next thing that we need to figure out. Assuming that it is $0.12 per k W h and then times that by the 25000 hours that the LED will be running for.
The incandescent will cost $180 and the LED $30 to run, at that rate.
Over a twenty three year lifespan, the incandescent total comes to $201 whereas the LED is a mere $38.
A no brainer we think, so therefore really worth the $8 (or less!!) asking price! For more options, visit HERE.
REDUCE YOUR MAINTENANCE
Because LEDs last longer than a regular bulb your inbouw spots LED could power on for up to 25000 hours!
This represents a twenty-five times increase on other types of light bulb and even if they were to be left burning, for twenty four hours a day – they may still keep going for three years solid.
And as a landlord, the chances are that you are going to have that tenant who doesn’t know how to turn off the light!
HARDWEARING AND ROBUST
If you are a landlord, you know very well that accidents will and do happen.
LEDs are therefore a godsend, because they are far hardier and much more robust than either incandescent bulbs or halogens are.
They can also withstand weather conditions such as frost, cold, ice, rain, hail, snow and the extremes of heat.
For this reason, they are equally versatile both inside and outside. Use them as the perfect badkamer spotjes in the bathroom and also great outdoor lights for security and the garden.