Thinking upgrading your lighting…
Here a couple of things to look for when you purchase you led bulbs
1.Price isn’t always everything. There is a reason why they are priced so low. Either because of the quality of the bulb or vendor is getting rid of old technology
2. Kelvins. When you see a higher higher kelvin rating it means the whiter the light you will get. The lower lumen the more yellow the light will be. If you are waiting more of a reading light you will want to go with lower kelvin light. Have something to show off or wanting to make a room bright go with a higher kelvin bulb
3. Life of bulb. If it says 20-25 years make sure you read the average per day. All bulbs lifespan is based on the amount of hours you have it on during the day and weather you have it on a dimmer
4. Dimmers. Not all led bulbs work on a dimmer. You have to make sure sure the packaging says dimmable on it. When choosing a dimmer make sure that it says it works with led bulbs.