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What are LED Shop Lights?

LED shop lights are lighting fixtures commonly used in workshops, pole barns, and garage workspaces. They provide bright, energy-efficient lighting for tasks requiring precision or detailed work. They’re a good lighting choice for working on cars, woodworking, and wood finishing.

There are many types of LED Shop lighting styles and options. These include hanging fixtures, strip lights, and panel lights. The best shop light type will depend entirely on your applications and needs. Power options range from 60 Watts to 200 Watts (more is available) in voltage options ranging from 100V-277V to 277V-480V. Color-adjustable and wattage-adjustable LED shop lights are also available. Many shop lights on our site are dimmable and some are also waterproof (IP65 or higher) rated as well as dustproof. Warranties are at a minimum of 5 years long, and if you have an issue, feel free to contact us and we will help you.

The two most popular linear shop lights to replace fluorescent fixtures are 4-foot fixtures and 8-foot fixtures. Some of these fixtures are hardwired. These fixtures have the lumen output and color accuracy to provide proper illumination within the shop space.

What are the Advantages of LED Shop Lights over traditional Fluorescent and Metal Halide Lighting?

  • Energy Efficiency: significantly reduced energy used to produce the same amount (if not more) of lumens and light
  • Reduced Lighting Bills: you should expect your lighting bills to be 50% or more lower
  • Reduce Maintenance: Long life and no bulb or ballast changes, or recycling charges
  • Controls Ready: works well with motion sensors
  • Instant on - instant off: no long strike times and cold weather does not affect the light like it does fluorescent lights
  • No humming or strobing: a common issue with fluorescent lights as bulbs and ballasts get near end-of-life

What are the Best LED Shop Lights?

There is no one best LED Shop Light. There is the best light meant for your application. We have created thousands of shop lighting plans. And every shop is unique and has its lighting requirements. A lighting plan can help you find the best lighting solutions to meet your shop’s needs.

Rugged LED Shop Lights / Garage Lights

We have LED Shop lighting that is very robust and rugged and has high impact (IK) ratings. We also have waterproof shop lighting fixtures and vapor-tight fixtures. We have high-temperature lights that can work in hot environments. We can solve most problems with our shop lighting.

How Many Lumens Do I Need to Light Up My Shop?

Determine how bright – or – how many foot candles you want or need. Focus on how bright you want it instead of guessing what light to choose to get the brightness you need. We’ll run a quick lighting plan. It will tell us the perfect light that will get you the light levels you’re looking for.

Upgrade Fluorescent Strip Light Fixtures to LED Bulbs

There are two options to replace fluorescent shop lights. Replacing fluorescent lights or retrofitting the fixture with LED tubes / LED Light Bulbs or retrofit LED Shop Lights. We can help determine the best approach for your requirements. Our customers tend to prefer replacement over retrofitting. The wiring is simple, and many of our lights can use your existing mounting.

You can also easily upgrade halogen lights and incandescent bulbs with LED Lights. LED Lights will use less energy than these 3 types of lights.

Create a Plan for a Shop with LED Shop  Lighting

Start by asking us to create a lighting plan to determine how much light you need. This is your roadmap to creating a successful lighting solution for your shop. Knowing what light to use and where to install them is key to proper lighting fixtures in your shop.

How Much Does an LED Shop Light Cost?

Shop LED lights vary based on needs and lighting requirements. Customers who want brighter shops either need higher power lighting or more lights. (High power is not necessarily a better option. Balanced lighting is as important as light levels).

How Many Lights Do I Need for a 40 X 60 Shop?

This is one of the most common shop sizes. Using our 120 Watt UFO Fixture  assuming a 16-foot mounting height, you would need:

  • 37 foot candle average: 6 lights
  • 60 foot candles average: 10 lights
  • 71 foot candles average: 12 lights

How Many LED Lumens Do You Need to Light Up a Workshop?

Every situation is different. Start by figuring out how much light you need. For the most part, a good starting point is 30 lumens per square foot. A better option, 50 lumens per square foot, is good for general working tasks like wood working and car maintenance. For fine detail work, consider 70 lumens per square foot or higher.

Let us create a shop lighting plan for you to show you how we can hit your target. From there, we can calculate lumens per square foot, if you want that information.

Best Shop Lights to Replace Fluorescent Strip Lights

We offer both 4-foot and 8-foot options. Both would be great to replace fluorescent strip lights

Best Color Temperature to Use in a Shop

We recommend either a 4000K color temperature ( warm white light ) or 5000K color temperature ( the most popular choice). We would advise that you avoid the color temperature associated with an incandescent bulb ( golden white light ) or 6000K color temperature ( light blue glow ).

Installing LED Shop LED Lights

It’s simple and easy. There is nothing difficult about installing our Shop Lighting Fixtures. Every light we sell comes with detailed installation instructions. And we provide customer support if you have questions.  A qualified electrician can easily install these.

We have different mounting options to meet your requirements. These include an eye hook, pendant mount, chain/wire suspended mount, and ceiling mount. We offer both surface mount and hanging shop lights.

Shop lights only have three wires – line, neutral, and ground. Some have plugs, or you can add plugs or wires into a junction box. They are no more difficult to wire than any light fixture available on the market.

Many of our shop lights come with an open wire whipcord, making it easy to hardwire into a junction box. Or, you wire it to the shop lighting fixture from your junction box.

We have options that ceiling mount with included clips. We have linear panel high and low-bay fixtures that offer ceiling mount options. If that’s what you need, we have the solutions. We also offer hanging shop lights.

We have linear strip shop lights and vapor-tight lights that snap and connect. This makes for one seamless strip of LED Lights.

Completed Projects using LED Lighting Supply LED Shop Lights

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