Four Reasons Why You Should Choose LED Pool Lights
Installing or upgrading to LED pool lights can help improve visibility and energy efficiency while elevating the design of your pool. Discover four ways LED pool lights can enhance your backyard oasis.
EXTEND SWIM TIME
With LED pool lights providing a light source for a nighttime swim, you can increase your swimming access to 24-hours a day. Installing LED pool lighting can help maximize the usage of your pool, so there can be fewer unused hours in your beloved backyard oasis—making the investment in your pool even more worthwhile.
INCREASE SWIMMING VISIBILITY
LED pool lights can aid in the visibility of your pool and can help empower you to understand your underwater environment better and assist in observing swimmers at night.
SET THE MOOD WITH COLORED POOL LIGHTS
Enhance your pool lighting even further by implementing colored LED pool lights to help create a greater impact on your backyard pool party and wow your guests when they see your pool water shine bright. With a LED pool light upgrade, you’ll be able to:
- Foster any nighttime vibe to accommodate friends and family,
- Create your unique backyard ambiance to match whatever mood you’re in, and
- Impress your guests and help them feel the theme at any function! After all, who wants to gather around a dark pool?
Save Money and Energy
LED lights use up to 90% less energy and last up to 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs, and their costs have continued to decline. Furthermore, LED lights help reduce operational and electrical costs, lightening the load on your wallet and energy use. Who doesn’t love that?
Whether making your backyard pool experience a lot cooler and easier to look at, saving money, or setting a mood for your pool party guests, installing LED pool lighting is a no-brainer.
NOTE: Appearance of color and white LED light may vary between various models of lights. Appearance and perception of pool lighting may vary depending on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the particular model of light, the location/depth/angle of the light’s installation, pool finish/material, pool depth/shape/geometry, ambient light sources, subjective factors and more. For best results when using multiple lights, use all the same model and do not mix multiple models of lights within a single installation.