HELP YOUR CUSTOMERS CHOOSE THE BEST LIGHT COLOUR
The purposes of lighting spaces differ within the same building so the types of light bulbs have to be various depending on the color temperature for these light bulbs. Your customers mostly do not recognize that there are a lot of color temperatures that really affect how the place looks like.
Generally, people are familiar with the soft white color temperature light bulbs and they are the most used ones, yet they are not the optimal choice all the time. In this regard, Crystal Palace provides for its customers the needed knowledge to choose the best and the suitable light bulbs for their landscapes.
So what do you need to tell your customers about the types of color temperature for light bulbs?
1. The types of color temperature:
The first thing to tell your customers about is the types of color temperature for light bulbs. There are four basic types: warm white, soft White (2700K – 3000K), Cool White (3500K – 4100K), and Daylight (5000K – 6500K).
Knowing the types of color temperature helps them to visualize the degree of light and make it easier for them to choose the most appropriate type according to their places.
2. Give them more information about these types:
It is not enough to know that there are three types of color temperature for light bulbs; tell them more information to completely realize the differences between them.
Incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs that are below 3000K (Kelvin) produce warm white lights. It is worth mentioning that the bulb appears warmer when the kelvin is lower. Furthermore, LEDs and CFLs provide warm white.
– Soft white:
The degrees of kelvin for this type are around 3000K to 3500K. Soft white appearance is much more closer to the warm white.
– Cool white:
Cool white light’s color is somehow blue and lighting bulbs that are considered giving cool white provide light at around 4100k to 5000k.
Daylight bulbs are those who provide light at around 6500k.
3. Advise them where to use each type:
Knowing all these information will not be useful without knowing exactly where to use them and the effects produced by each type.
Here are some tips that you can tell your customers about choosing the suitable light bulbs in different places:
– Warm white and soft white are the best choices to be used in bedrooms and living rooms to add a sense of warmth and comfort.
– Cool white is suitable for bathrooms, kitchens and garages.
– Daylight bulbs are better to be installed in basements, kitchens and bathrooms.
It is finally the customer’s decision to choose the type of lights they prefer, yet you have to make them aware of all these choices and make it easier for them to choose lights fitting their purposes and places