Here, you will find a complete line of residential & commercial light bulbs, including decorative household light bulbs, energy efficient light bulbs, and long life light bulbs. The light bulbs are available in various wattages, colors, bases and sizes. Our long life light ...
Here, you will find a complete line of residential & commercial light bulbs, including decorative household light bulbs, energy efficient light bulbs, and long life light bulbs. The light bulbs are available in various wattages, colors, bases and sizes. Our long life light bulbs are rated an average of 5,000 hours, while other major brands that we also carry (including GE, Phillips, and Sylvania) are generally rated from 750 to 2500 hours, depending on the bulb type. Our compact fluorescent light bulbs are rated 8-10,000 hrs and use 75% less energy for the same amount of light. Contact us directly at 1-800-225-6113 if you are looking for a specific style or manufacturer's product.
We carry halogen lamps in all shapes, sizes, and colors at discounted prices. These include the popular MR11's, MR16's, Quartz Halogen, Double Ended Halogen, JDR's, Par Halogens just to name a few. Qty discounts for many of the styles may also be available. If you are looking for a particular lamp or bulb not appearing on this site, simply call us at 1-800-225-6113.
Try our Standard incandescent light bulbs for everyday household lighting!
LED light bulbs have a longer life than traditional incandescent light bulbs and require less energy. They come in a variety of shapes, offer a variety of sheens, and come in different base widths to match almost any light fixture. ALL-Lights.com has a wide selection of LED light bulbs to help create the lighting effect you desire. We offer everything from ultra-bright LED flood lights to dimmable LED lights that can soften a room.
HID, or high-intensity discharge light bulbs and lamps, are a family of gas-discharge arc lamps which create light by sending an electrical discharge between two electrodes and through a plasma, or ionized gas. An additional gas is generally used, and this gas serves as an easy way to classify the major types of HID lamps: Mercury, sodium, and metal halide.
These lamps are known for their high efficiency at turning electricity into light and their long rated life. HID lamps require a ballast in order to generate the initial surge of electricity needed to start them and to regulate their power during normal operation.