LED lighting adds a WOW factor to your work – that’s why the trend is so hot right now.

The most cost effective ways to light an area are with puck lights or LED tape. The market consists of many other options and unless you are doing super high end or commercial, the price will scare off your client.

Here is a look at what's new in LED Lighting:

Häfele America’s Loox lighting features products ideal for unique applications such as cabinet and drawer lighting along with diffused glow features. Hafele.com

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Poggenpohl’s LED light touches, include aluminum handles with LED lighting strips, functional arch LED cove lighting, interior lighting systems for drawers, and LED illuminated shelves. Poggenpohl.com

Shemoi Enterprises offers LED under cabinet puck lights. LED recessed and surface mounted cabinet puck light fixtures are available in a variety of sizes and wiring options. ShemoiLighting.com

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Tresco Lighting By Rev-A-Shelf introduced ALPHA. Features include wireless control, a USB rechargeable battery, PIR motion sensor, and commercial grade three-year warranty. It is intended for utility closets, drawers, and cabinets. TrescoLighting.com

Richelieu Hardware’s latest line of LED products includes a broad selection of innovative designs to brighten up a home or commercial space. Richelieu.com

Outwater Plastics expanded its LED Ribbon Lighting with the new 120V LED Ribbon Flex Lighting, which can be mounted in hard to light areas. Outwater.com

Top Lighting USA provides LEDs to retail displays, closets, kitchen cabinets and the hospitality industry. LightingTopCorp.com

Brown Wood’s Light Ready Light Rail moulding can be used to camouflage under-cabinet lighting or add a decorative touch to cabinetry. BrownWoodInc.com

Doug Mockett & Co.’s Levity task lighting combines flexible, directed LED lighting with power options and the ability to be stowed away when not in use, Levity can be lifted to a max height of 21 inches or anywhere in between. Mockett.com

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