Month: April 2014

Why choose tForce LED

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It’s not often you can predict with absolute certainty that a product will dominate its market, but LED lighting is an exception to the rule. LED lights are more efficient, both in terms of energy and cost, they last longer, they are safer, more versatile and are easier to use.

At tForce LED, we recognise the importance of this growing market and want to provide reliable, top-quality service to customers who are switching to LED. To prove it, we’ve listed five customer guarantees to illustrate why you should shop with us.

1. Excellent product quality
We work exclusively with accredited manufacturers producing top of the range LED bulbs. We have fostered close relationships with our manufacturers so that we can stay up-to-date with their processes, technology and output. As such, we can guarantee that if you shop with us you will get the best products on the market.

2. Product variety
We understand that businesses, offices and individuals have diverse lighting needs that have often not been met in the traditional light bulb market. We offer a wide range of products, including bulbs, tube lights and spotlights, with different strength, tone and brightness. Additionally, we encourage you to get in touch if you’re not sure what product you require or if you don’t see what you need. We will do our best to provide a custom service to fulfil your request.

3. Helpful, highly-trained staff
We ensure that all our employees receive continuous training and updates so that they understand the technology they’re dealing with and can advise customers appropriately. We also carefully select our team and demand excellence in the area of customer service, so that we can promise you a pleasant shopping experience.

4. Good value
We assure our customers that we are providing them with the ideal balance of cost and quality. We do not have the cheapest products on the market, but that’s because we refuse to sell shoddy products. We will offer you the best bulbs at reasonable, affordable prices.

5. Free delivery
We offer free delivery on orders over £75 anywhere within England or the UK. LED bulbs are a long-term investment, lasting up to ten years. It makes sense to bulk buy your supply and we will reward you by delivering them to your door for absolutely nothing.

If you have any questions or recommendations about our service, please contact us. We are always happy to hear from members of our community.

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LED Online Shop Launch Today 17 April

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tForce Lighting Ltd, one of the leading and most respected suppliers of LED lighting, has announced that from today, customers can purchase products through a dedicated online shop.

Tforce Lighting is one of the pioneers of the LED lighting industry and has a reputation for adapting the very best LED technology to provide customers with cost effective solutions that are both inventive and attractive. The provision of their new online shop will therefore be welcomed by clients both old and new.

For those who are usually apprehensive about purchasing online, they should have no concerns. Tforce Lighting’s new online store is exceptionally well designed, efficient, attractive, secure and very easy to use. As one would expect from one of the leading companies in the LED lighting sector, the choice and quality of the products available from the online shop are both superb.

The continuing excellent quality of the Tforce Lighting products is achieved by working directly with quality accreditation manufacturer partners. This allows the company to influence both the design and production process of items. As a result, Tforce have no problem developing LED lighting projects that match the requirements of their customers exactly.

Fully aware of the importance placed upon social networking in today’s expanding market and to celebrate the launch of their new online shop, Tforce Lighting are offering a massive 40% pre-grand opening discount for Facebook and Twitter users. The company has its own Twitter tag, @tForce_Lighting and also publishes a blog at https://tforceled.wordpress.com

One element of the business that has made Tforce lighting so successful and promoted them to the top of the LED lighting sector is their excellent customer support. The company have a team of experts who already offer advice to ‘real world’ customers and this facility has now been incorporated into the design of the online shop’s website. A dedicated support link enables both existing and prospective clients to contact the team and obtain support and advice at any time before, during or after purchase.

This support facility is yet another example of the customer focused honesty and integrity that is part of the Tforce Lighting ethos, ensuring that customers have exactly what they require for the completion of a successful project, regardless of size, by offering the best and most professional advice possible. It is hard to see how any customer could not be impressed by the dedication and expertise of the Tforce team.

For those taking their first steps into LED lighting, the new Tforce Lighting online shop also includes a comprehensive FAQ link which offers valuable advice, clear explanations and an outline of the benefits of using LED lighting over conventional lighting systems.

When purchasing anything online, efficient delivery and quality assurance are both paramount. Tforce Lighting has this fully covered by offering both a 3 year warranty on its products and free shipping to anywhere in the UK for orders of £75 or more. These additions, together with all the other benefits offered by their new online shop, puts Tforce right at the top of the LED lighting supply and installation league.

Customers can take advantage of Tforce Lighting Ltd’s massive 40% pre-grand opening discount by visiting the new online shop at www.tforceled.co.uk

How many tForce LED customers does it take to screw in a light bulb?

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Don’t worry, we’ll spare you the corny jokes and focus instead on what our products can do for you, your home, your energy bills and your carbon footprint.

LED lighting is still a fairly new industry and many people remain unsure about what it is and whether it has benefits for them. With our new website, we want to open this technology up to the average consumer, giving you the opportunity to purchase top-quality LED bulbs at the best possible prices, as well as providing support and information to our customers. 

Our new site has just gone live and we’re offering a pre-Grand Opening special. With 40% off all products, including LED t8 tubes, LED spotlights, mr16 and gu10 bulbs, this is the perfect opportunity to stock up for all your lighting needs. We also offer free delivery on orders over £75. 

You could be thinking that £75 is a lot of money to spend on light bulbs and in the old world that was true. But LED bulbs use 90% less electricity than traditional filament bulbs. As a result, they have a lifespan of over ten years. Contrast that with having to dash down to the supermarket every month or two to replace a blown bulb. So, even if you make a bigger single investment in our bulbs, over time you will save a huge amount of money. Not to mention avoiding the inconvenience and frustration of blown bulbs. 

But why are LEDs so much more energy efficient? The traditional light bulb depends on a burning filament. That’s why most of us have burned ourselves on a blistering hot bulb at some point. In fact, although they’re described as light bulbs, the primary product of a traditional bulb is heat. Light is simply a by-product. That’s changed with LED lights. Previously, LED was only used for small light fixtures, such as watches, bedside clocks and displays on electronic appliances. The expansion of LED is a huge technological advance, with manifold benefits and tForce wants to share the benefits of the technology with the entire community. 

The energy efficiency of LED bulbs reduces the amount that you have to spend on energy bills, which is essential in an era of rising power costs. They also allow you to make a contribution to reducing carbon emissions and have a greener household. 

When discussing the potential of LED lighting, the primary concern we hear from consumers is aesthetic. We hear people worry that the lights will be duller, not provide the same quality of illumination, or fail to provide a flattering tone of lighting for their homes. 

At tForce we appreciate these concerns and are committed to providing you with top-quality lighting that exceeds the standard of the traditional light bulb. We offer a range of different light fixtures to meet the needs of your home or office, including tube lights, spotlights, embedded ceiling bulbs and candle bulbs. We offer many different wattages and beam angles, as well as different tones, including warm, cool and soft lighting. 

Since this is quite a new technology, mainstream stockists like supermarkets have not entirely made the change to LED lighting. The tForce online store can offer you a matchless range of products, all guaranteed to be of the highest quality. While we do encourage the DIY mentality, we’re also committed to having an excellent sales service. Our customer service team will be happy to advise you on what products are best suited to your needs, as well as sharing information about installation and maintenance.

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Are you looking for a cool and directed white light source for your home or work

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If you are looking for a cool and directed white light source for your home or work, one that lasts much longer than old incandescent or fluorescent options, our wide range of cost-effective LED bulbs, Spotlight (MR16 & GU10) and T8 tubes offer a terrific alternative. 

You can quickly add light exactly where you need it for that work project, relaxing hobby or your child’s homework. LED lighting also adds drama and atmospheric highlights to any room. For kinder and longer-lasting light solutions throughout your home or workplace, make the switch to our LED T8 tubes and bulbs. You’ll find all the information you need here tForce LED eStore

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The fascinating world of LED light

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This is a term that’s now used widely and regularly, but how much do you actually know about LED lighting? LED stands for light-emitting diode which is then part of a bulb or lamp with a greater lifespan than that of the old incandescent lamps. LEDs providing white light also outlast most fluorescent lamps, whose longevity is also affected considerably simply by your switching them on or off, by a much higher multiple.

Using LED products

These are compact and especially good at providing a narrower beam of directed light, rather than simply throwing it out in all directions, they also usually include elements within them to assist with heat dissipation. In your home, you might find them terrific for reading or to help you focus specifically on detailed hobby activities such as needlecraft, jigsaws, model-making, and the like. For those times you are happy with a wider spread of light, LEDs with diffusers are usually a good answer. An alternative is a series of directed spotlights, often adding character to different areas of your room. This is one reason why you are increasingly likely to discover such products being used as light sources in museums, art galleries, and other public venues.

In the situation where fixtures are designed for fluorescent tube lighting, you might not be a fan of that specific style. The good news is that LED tube lights, often using several LEDs within the one tube, have been produced which can be used as replacements in many products, although it is wise to check with an expert before making changes to any of your current appliances.

A brief history to finish

The history of LED development is, unlike the product, slightly hazy in places. It has been reported that an assistant to Marconi published an article over a century ago covering some experimental findings. A couple of decades later, Russian scientist Oleg Losev, carried out more substantial research. No practical work appears to have been done following this, but, after the Second World War, the pace quickened. The first commercial LEDs were produced in the early 1960s. Nowadays, you’ll find them in everything from traffic signals to games consoles. 

The next time you are looking for a cool and directional lighting source, not only will you appreciate why choosing LED products makes good sense, but do feel free to throw a casual fact or two into the conversation. SHOP LED Light NOW

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Why LED light bulbs cost so much

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http://youtu.be/Ym0P7Exk8MA   LED into a light bulb requires the integration of some pretty sophisticated technologies.

  • Components on the circuit board is often assembled by hand because its still too complicated for factory machines
  • The actual LED wafer can cost as much as £5 a unit
  • The brightest LEDs generate blue light. So in order to get the more natural white glow, manufacturers typically  coat the bulb with yellow phosphor, an expensive rare earth metal compound imported from China
  • LEDs additionally require the use of drivers to convert energy into electrical current. This component alone can cost up to £3
  • Although LEDs burn cooler than Edison bulbs, they still need a conducting material to dissipate the heat. The aluminum used to accomplish this can cost as much as £2

Some newer technologies that bulb-makers are hope will help bring down the cost in due time, some of which include:

  • Using larger wafers that would allow LEDs to be built.
  • The production of green LEDs that when mixed with red and blue ones create white light.
  • Smaller heat sinks that require less aluminum.
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LED Lamps will significantly reduce your carbon footprint

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LED Lamps will significantly reduce your carbon footprint because they use far less electricity which creates large amounts of CO2 in its production. LED Lamps do not have any hazardous substances like the mercury in CFLs and accordingly can be easily disposed of at the end of their life but as they last over 30 times longer than a traditional light Lamp they only create a fraction of the landfill.

 

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