The Ultimate Household LED Bulb Replacement Guide

If you’re longing for a bulb that’s going to save energy and that lasts, this LED bulb replacement guide is a great place to get a feel for the type you might need. Other than finding a bulb that fits the socket, has the correct voltage, and meets wattage requirements, there’s no list of rules as to what bulb you should use in a certain fixture. This guide shows that even the same type of fixtures can require or accept different bulb types. LED replacement bulbs are available in a variety of wattages, intensities, voltages, and with different base types; they can even emit different colors of light. You have the freedom to choose a bulb that fits your needs, and there are plenty of available options.

Clicking each picture below will direct you to a page of similar bulbs. Keep in mind, this post just touches the surface of available LED bulbs. If you don’t see what you need, use our Universal LED Bulb Finder to search by bulb type, or browse our s to see hundreds of lighting options.

There are LED bulbs for lamps of all sizes, shapes, and types. These LED replacement bulbs are designed not only to cut energy costs but also to significantly outlast traditional incandescent, halogen, and fluorescent bulbs. Whether you need a standard A19 bulb for a table lamp, a candle-type bulb for a decorative lamp, or a PAR16 bulb for a spot lamp, LED replacements are available with a variety of base types to fit every need.




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Chandeliers, sconces, ornamental fixtures, and pendant lights are only some of the many types of decorative household fixtures that exist. LED replacement bulbs are available to replace outdated, inefficient bulbs in these fixtures. These LED bulbs can be found in almost any size and shape from small CA10 bent-tip and B10 blunt-tip candelabra bulbs to larger G80 globe bulbs with E26/E27 bases.







When it comes to finding an LED replacement for a ceiling light, there are plenty to choose from, and options don’t stop at bulbs; there are LED ceiling light fixtures made to replace entire incandescent fixtures. Though there are many types available, the most commonly thought of ceiling light bulb is an A19 with a standard E26/E27 base. Replacement A19 LED bulbs are available in varying designs from glass filament to frosted styles. They can emit many shades of white light and are even available with RGB LEDs that allow them to emit light of almost any color.

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