New Dimmable LED Flush Mount Ceiling Light Fixtures:Never Change Another Ceiling Bulb
Earth City, MO – (2/5/15) Super Bright LEDs, a global leader in LED technology, is proud to announce their new line of Dimmable LED Flush Mount Ceiling Light Fixtures featuring high lumen output, low energy consumption, and maintenance-free, long life. Simply install just like any other indoor ceiling fixture and experience all the benefits of LED lighting.
Innovative, Dimmable Design
These LED flush mount ceiling light fixtures boast an innovative design with LEDs built into the fixture itself, so you will never need to change another high ceiling bulb again. Their efficient, even light distribution is far superior to LED bulb retrofit solutions. The uniform, diffused output creates a clean glow in either Natural White or Warm White, while the round, flush mount design accents any décor. In addition, the fixtures are compatible with standard high voltage dimmers, which will allow you to adjust the level to match your ambiance.
Low Energy Cost
Their low energy cost, compared with incandescent, CFL, or Halogen bulb fixtures, makes these fixtures environmentally friendly, budget friendly, and perfect for those moving toward sustainability. Lasting up to 30,000 hours on average and with no dangerous chemicals, these LED fixtures are a win-win for your pocketbook and the Earth.
Super Bright LEDs is committed to providing customers with outstanding service and quality products in LED lighting. They work to continuously develop new products and extend existing lines based on customer needs. For more information on their line of Dimmable LED Flush Mount Ceiling Light Fixtures, or other LED lighting products and accessories, please visit www.superbrightleds.com.
Contact: DeAnne Todd
Super Bright LEDs
Super Bright LEDs, Inc.
4400 Earth City Expressway
St. Louis, MO 63045
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