LED lighting

In our offer you can find a wide selection of LED lighting, and we can also prepare and carry out the entire project. Two of the large projects that have been completed so far are the illumination of the church on Sv. Višarjah and the church in Sevnica parish.



1. Long life span

The life span of LEDs is six times longer than CFL (compact fluorescent lamps) and four-sided longer than filament lamps. During the lifetime of the LEDs, at least 5 fluorescent lamps and 42 filament lamps will be replaced.


2. Energy efficiency and higher luminance

By comparing LEDs with other types of lights over a period of 50,000 hours, we can conclude that LED lights consume up to 57% less electricity than CFLs (Compact fluorescent lamps) and up to 90% less than a filament lamp. LEDs have higher luminosity than other types of luminaries according to the power of the luminous flux.


3. Environmentally friendly

Lighting with LED technology is also referred to as “Green Energy Lighting” from an energy and ecological point of view, as LED lights do not contain toxic substances and can be recycled 100%. A long operating life means that one LED bulb can save material and production of 25 classic bulbs.


4. Quality and durability

LED lights are very durable and built of solid components that are very robust and can even withstand the most difficult operating conditions. Unlike standard and economical light bulbs, LEDs do not contain gases and are therefore resistant to vibrations, shocks and external influences (with fluorescent lamps the low-temperature reduce their life time).


5. Give less heat

LED lights emit nine times less heat than CFL lamps, so you can not burn yourself by touching the light source.


6. Flexibility

LED technology allows different color temperatures of white light. RGB LED lights can illuminate your space in any color tone. LEDs also have a very high CRI factor that tells how high the color reproduction is compared to natural light.


7. There are no limitations for on / off cycles

Frequent turning on and off of the LED does not reduce the life span. LEDs illuminate with full luminance and do not need to heat to reach the working temperature.



Modern lamps can be lighted with warm or cold tones, which are marked with color temperature and are measured in Kelvin (K).

The higher the light temperature in K, the more cold and white it is its color.
Special LEDs can change the white color from warm to cold with the help of the dimmer controller.
Most people perceive a warm spectrum of up to 3,500 K. At 3,500 and 5,500 K, they detect neutral colors (white). The light above 5,500 K is perceived as cold (similar to daylight).

The choice of color is most dependent on ourselves, or of what we like and especially of the purpose of use:

  • Gentle yellow color (up to 3,500 K) – similar to conventional filament lamps, is recommended for living rooms.
  • Neutral white (between 3,500 K and 5,500 K) – creates slightly higher luminosity and is recommended for work areas, as it allows greater concentration at work.
  • Cold white (over 5,500 K) – recommended for use in the exterior, such as yards and tracks, as it does not attract insects. In living areas, the light of a cool white color is mostly not recommended.