How To Install An LED Strip Light

LED strip lights have transformed the way we light up our homes, workplaces and hospitality spaces (the list goes on), due to their versatility and low power consumption. Available in different sizes, colours, and lengths, it is easy to get your hands on the perfect LED strips for your requirement, and with our helpful guide … Continued

Are LED Strips Waterproof?

It depends — LED strips are available with both non-waterproof and waterproof covers. To determine how waterproof a strip is, you should refer to its Ingress Protection (IP). This grades the resistance of an enclosure against the intrusion of dust or liquids. The higher the IP, the better protection against water the strip offers. For … Continued

What Is an Aluminium Profile?

An aluminium profile houses your LED lights to create a more finished look. In order to get the most out of the 50,000 hour lifespan of LED, you should install your LED strips with aluminium profiles. These dissipate harmful heat and can offer some protection from moisture. Not to mention that profiles will also throw light further as it … Continued

How To Cut And Solder LED Strip Lights

LED strip lights are both flexible, cuttable and can be modified to suit any application. Soldering LED strip lights allows for extended length, multi-strip connection, and secure bonding.  This blog features easy step by step instructions on how to cut and solder LED strip lights to reach the most suitable length for your target application. … Continued

How Long Do LED Strips Last?

LED strips are known to be more efficient, cheaper to run, and better for our health than more traditional light sources — but do they last longer? The short answer is yes. LED strips can last, on average, up to 50,000 hours. This equates to around six years of continuous use. Some manufacturers even predict … Continued

How Much Do LED Strip Lights Cost To Run?

LED strip lights are incredibly cheap to run and use very little electricity. This is because LED converts 95% of its energy into light, making it the most cost-effective light source available. To put it into perspective, the cost to run a typical 10W LED strip light is around £10 a year. Compare this to … Continued