How do I change the LED light in my pool?

Can you change a pool light without draining the pool?

Replacing your in-ground swimming pool light does not require draining the water from the pool or hiring a professional. The design of the pool light’s housing allows you to remove it from the pool without the need to disconnect any wiring.

How do I change my LED lights?

To get the benefits of LED without replacing all your existing fixtures, all you need to do is replace all your incandescent screw-in lightbulbs with screw-in LED bulbs. Just make sure that you replace your incandescent bulb with a comparable LED that will match the performance of the previous bulb.

How much does it cost to replace a pool LED light?

The cost to replace pool lights is $625 apiece on average. Pool light repair costs are much more affordable at $65 to $150 each. Just replacing the bulbs is $20 to $100 for each one depending on their type and functions. Colorful LED bulbs cost the most but last longer than fiber optic and incandescent bulbs.

Can a pool light electrocute you?

You can get electrocuted by a pool light in a swimming pool. It can cause serious injury and even death. An experienced electrocution lawyer can help victims and families recover the pain and suffering compensation or wrongful death damages they are entitled to under the law.

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Are LED pool lights worth it?

An LED light will save you roughly 75% on your energy usage compared to a comparable incandescent light. REMEMBER, that LED pool lights cost more, on average, than a simple incandescent light so your cost savings will not start till you recoup the additional money that you spent on the LED lights.

Do you need a special switch for LED lights?

LED lights need their own special electronic dimmer switch to have a fully functioning and dimming light.