LED Lighting Services

Professional LED Lighting Services on Long Island with Londono Brothers!

Londono Brothers offers professional LED lighting services for home and business owners across Long Island, New York. We pride ourselves on the work we do and how we go above and beyond for all of our customers.

For more information about our various LED lighting services, please reach out to us today. The number for our office is 631-940-8670. When you call, we can provide you with a no-obligation consultation to go over exactly what you need. We also provide rewiring services and conversion services as part of our LED lighting services. We have you covered when it comes to LED lighting in general.

FAQ For LED Lighting Services

Let's take a look at a few common questions we get in regards to our LED lighting services, which we provide for home and business owners throughout Long Island, New York.

Do LED Lights Require New Wiring In Old Fixtures?

LED lighting is the best in lighting and our services will make sure you have your bases covered when it comes to their performance. But a good question is asking if LED lighting requires new wiring in older fixtures? The short answer is NO. You do not need new wiring. LED lights work by passing a current through a semiconductor, which other lighting likely use a current through gas or are incandescent bulbs, which pass the current through a filament.

However, in all these instances the current remains the same. What makes it different is the management. But in general, it all relies on a circuit with a live and neutral wire. That is the standard wiring of a light fixture in any home or workplace. So odds are you are set up for efficient LED lighting.

The LEDs is more advanced lighting compared to older bulbs, but they do work with exactly the same wiring. You are likely just switching out older bulbs for new LED bulbs. And the new technology is simply in the bulb that makes it burn brighter and longer.

With our LED lighting services, we will double check to make sure the lighting is up to code. Wiring eventually gets old and needs updates for safety reasons. When we install this lighting, it is the perfect time to do this update.

Does LED Lighting Require ANY Special Wiring?

As you may expect now, no LED lights do not need any special wiring. They will work admirably with any standard light fixture. As long as the light fixture is not enclosed, which can lead to hear damage. But poor wiring can cause electrical interference, which require professional attention. With our LED lighting services, we will inspect the wiring in your home or workspace and come to a solution. Oftentimes, when new LED lighting is not working properly, the solution is using a suppressor. But again, we can come to that conclusion when we inspect the wiring.

Does LED Wiring Need To Be Shielded?

When it comes to whether the LED wiring needs to be shielded, the short answer is YES. This is due to the slight radio signal that an LED light produces. So it could effect the surrounding objects to the bulb and/or light fixture. But once again, no re-wiring is necessary during this process.

How do you know if the LED light is causing issues? Well, you may notice other objects not perform as well due to the existence of the LED light. Most notably anything that requires a remote to use. Such as a garage door opener.

Poor quality wiring only amplifies the radio waves, which makes it even more important that you turn to pros when you are installing new LED lighting. We will make sure everything is set up properly, so you won't have any issues on your hand later.

We add shielding to the wires by placing mesh tubing over the wires. This allows the LED lighting to perform the same and protects the surroundings. We also may install a suppressor, which uses a ferrite core in order to dampen RFI signals. These are simple to install and typically get clipped over the wire. And they are small enough that they should be able to easily fit in the light fitting without a problem.

And since the radio signal is created by the bulb itself, we will need to place the suppressor on the negative wire leading from the bulb. This is so it dampens the signal once it is created.