LED signs have become a popular way to decorate homes and businesses in recent years. Also, it’s hard to find a coffee shop, bar, or restaurant that doesn’t have clever slogans or artwork made with LED neon lighting. Most of the rise in popularity of neon is due to social media, which lets people take pictures with the signs and share where they are and what they are doing. Neon is going through a rebirth right now.

There are ways to get a cool retro neon look that are healthier and less expensive. Neon is having a hard time competing in the business world because there are more and more cheap LED signs. LED signs may look like neon signs, but neon signs are make by hand and have a beautiful line of bright glass tubes, while LED signs are make with a line of very bright plastic light points that look like a bunch of shining polka dots.

A skill neon glass bender needs a lot of training and experience, but one of the best things about LED lighting for signs is that “anyone can do it.” Neon is on the verge of going out of style because it is fragile and requires a lot of work. This makes it a more interesting art medium.

More and more people are using LED signs technology to light up their homes, workplaces, and stores. When it comes to lighting that is good for the environment, LED lights are in the lead. Businesses and people are working to do their part to solve this problem, which is always there.

Traditional neon vs. LED Signs

Traditional neon signs are made of heated glass and are usually found in big cities or as the main attraction at meals or roller rinks from the 1950s or 1980s.  LED neon is a lot safer and works a lot better than the old kind. “Light-emitting diodes” is what LED stands for. A diode is a part that lets electricity flow through it, like how an atrium lets people in and out of the living room.

With this method, “neon” light is made. To start, these gases are dangerous. Second, it takes a lot of energy and can sometimes get dangerously hot to heat the gas particles enough to make light.

1. Global environmental impact:

Less energy is used, which is good for the environment (and wasted). Even though our LEDs are made with carbon, your carbon footprint is still lessened. LED signs lights are better for the environment than traditional neon lights because they don’t use minerals to make the gases inside them.

This also means that getting rid of LEDs is much safer than getting rid of glass tubes fill with poisonous gas like neon. The sturdy plastic we use for each sign makes it easy to know that it can be recycle.

2. How It All Turned Out

LED neon signs use only 5% more energy and use 80% less energy than traditional neon signs. Yes, not all of the energy that a regular neon sign or a regular light bulb needs is use to make light. In reality, most of it is waste by making heat that isn’t need and can sometimes be harmful.

Over time, this helps bring down energy bills. You won’t have to worry that one of our neon signs will cause your monthly costs to go up because LED neon can help you save money. When LED signs lights are dim, they use less energy, but when classic neon lights are dim, they use more energy.

3. Mood Motivator

Studies have shown that LED lighting has a big effect on mood, especially for people with Seasonal Affective Disorder. As if thefact that LED lights are cheaper and better for the environment weren’t enough to make them the best choice. They also last longer. This problem, which happens to people who live in places where there isn’t enough sunlight, is like depression.

Since LEDs mostly give off visible light instead of UV, they can make you feel much better. This means that both literally and figuratively, your cheap neon signs will light up your life.

4. How long an LED Signs lasts

Another good thing about LED neon for the environment and your wallet is that it lasts a long time. Simple LED lights last between 50,000 and 100,000 hours. We’ve done the math. Most businesses use these signs for three to five hours a day. Which means that they can be use for about 30 years before they need to be replace.

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