LED Flood Lights: Light up Your Outdoor With Security

Illuminating huge areas, either commercial, domestic or residential, can pose more than a few problems for property owners. Finding the right lights that are bright enough for the task but that won’t cost you a fortune in energy bills is the key.

That is where Simple Lighting LED flood lights come in. Our selection of outdoor LED lights is the perfect lighting solution for illuminating wide-open spaces.

How Long Do LED Flood Lights Last?

An outdoor LED flood light is highly popular for outdoor lighting as it can be used to illuminate virtually any outdoor open space. They are designed to have a direct and intense beam angle to highlight specific but large areas.

Depending on the wattage you choose, you can get a flood light that is comparable to the level of light that you get at midday. Not only are they super powerful, but our collection of outdoor LED flood lights is built to last. They are specifically designed to withstand harsh environments and adverse weather conditions and are protected against moisture or dust.

What Is the Best LED Outdoor Flood Light?

Outdoor residential or commercial LED flood lights can be used for a multitude of applications, including both personal and commercial uses. Find the main uses below:

Intense Light for Expansive Areas

Our outdoor lights can be used to illuminate large, expansive exteriors and brighten up the surrounding premises of your property. One or two flood lights can light up the same area, which would take multiple smaller lights.

Safety and Security

Use our outdoor LED flood lights to protect a business office or industrial property by removing any shadows or blind spots from around your building. Empty office buildings can be targets for thieves, vandals and criminals, but with this intense light fitting, you can keep your business safe.

You can also install outdoor LED flood lights with a motion PIR sensor that can act as a deterrent for any trespassers or intruders, giving you peace of mind when you and your family are safe in bed or away from home. Whether you want to keep people out for their own safety or you wish to protect your family, property or valuable assets, a powerful LED flood light is the ideal solution.


An LED flood light can be used in multiple settings and is as versatile as your creativity allows. You can even pair them up with LED tape for an extra wow factor.

Some common uses include:

  • Domestic uses, e.g., around driveways and lawns.
  • Commercial lighting projects, e.g., public parks and car parks.
  • Commercial buildings, e.g., warehouses and agricultural buildings.
  • Outdoor advertising to draw attention.

Save While Keeping Your Area Secure

Domestic and commercial LED flood lights may need to stay on for hours at a time in order to keep a property fully secure, or they may need to shine when triggered by a PIR sensor. With standard lighting, the running costs could give you serious cause for concern for your budget, but with LED technology, you have no need to worry.

With these lights, you can keep your business or home safe and secure while saving a fortune on energy. An outdoor LED flood light provides high-level lighting at a fraction of the energy use and cost of traditional lamps. Not only that, but their longevity means less money is spent on maintenance and replacements.

Practical Lighting

LED flood lights provide practical lighting solutions for your home or business. Features such as motion sensors and remote controls help make flood lights practical and easy to use.

Design Feature

An outdoor LED flood light is stylish, meaning it can be used to create a design feature or highlight a particular outdoor design feature. These lights, plus a cool white or natural white LED colour, will help to illuminate your space, making the feature eye-catching at any time of day or night. What’s more, dimmable features will allow you to create the exact atmosphere that you want to design.

LED Flood Lights and Services from Simple Lighting

If you are looking for a high-quality, intense outdoor light or security light for your garden that won’t make your electricity bills soar, then we have what you need. You can browse through our full range of LED flood lights and select from the different lumens, finishes, sizes and styles to get the right light for your lighting project.

If you have any questions at all about your outdoor LED flood light and other services we offer, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team of friendly lighting experts will be on hand to talk you through your options and help you choose the best lighting solution. Whether you’re looking to light up your home exterior, protect your office, or keep a warehouse safe, Simple Lighting has you covered.

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Why Is It Called Flood Light?

LED flood lights are fixtures that produce a massive amount of illumination, mainly catering to spacious areas. Typically, this fitting is installed outside or in an extremely large establishment because the brightness will be too overwhelming and uncomfortable if you put it in a small room.

Water is often associated with the word flood. With an outdoor flood light, that's not the case. It does not relate to water; instead, it's called that because it can flood an area with luminance. 

When purchasing flood lights, it's best to get an LED version because otherwise, the power consumption will be no joke. A fixture with poor power-to-light conversion will draw up a significant amount of energy to produce the brilliance flood lights are known for! 

Aside from that, LED flood lights have a cooler thermal output since their thermal management system puts out less heat. This feature is beneficial if you're managing a port or manufacturing plant where elevated heat raises an issue! 

Furthermore, LED garden flood lights are eco-friendly because they contain no toxic substances like mercury and lead. If you plan to participate in the initiative to help preserve the environment, switching out traditional fixtures to LEDs is the best route to go!

What are the Applications of a flood light?

Why do you need outdoor flood lights, or do you actually need flood lights? Well, there's a reason why this type of fixture is invented. 

Illuminating Construction Sites, Manufacturing Plants and Ports

In construction areas and manufacturing plants, high-intensity lighting systems are required for different purposes. Most of the equipment they have runs 24/7, so optimum illumination is necessary to keep the surroundings safe and easy to access should there be any issues. LED flood lights are the best choice for these areas because of their high lumens output. 

Also, like construction sites and manufacturing plants, ports operate day in and out. Therefore, it requires maximum illumination at night, which can be easily supplemented by an LED flood light!

Exterior Lighting

For buildings and homes to have extra curb appeal, they need proper façade lighting. Commercial LED flood lights can supplement the necessary illumination to showcase a building's logo or a property's unique exterior features!

Highlights Monuments and Architectural Structures

Monuments and architectural structures can increase an area's worth. Some of these are important landmarks and a reminder of a country's culture and pride. With an LED flood light, those structures will continue to steal the show even at night!

Lighting techniques like wall washing and accenting are often utilised to spotlight monuments. The accurate broad beam produced by an LED flood light can achieve such methods, creating the perfect picture for those prominent and essential structures.

What is the Difference Between Flood Lights and Security Lights?

You may come across different types of outdoor lights through research and browsing online stores. This may include LED flood lights, security lights, wall lights, and others that cater to the outdoors.

The short answer is that there's no difference at all. However, there are different categories of flood lights - some with a sensor and some without. Security lights might mean that they include an LED PIR sensor. 

What are PIR motion sensors? It's an electronic sensor that measures the infrared light from the object within its field of view. In simpler terms, it detects the presence of someone or something within its detection range.

If LED flood lights come with a PIR sensor, it’ll be an effective security measure for your perimeter. When a person breaks in, the flood light will switch on once they are within range. 

This will startle the person and alert you that someone has entered your premises. Having a security light system like that will make trespassers more cautious and avoid your property altogether. Just ensure you have no blind spots and add cameras to solidify your security.

What is the Difference Between Flood Lights and LED Lights?

It’s hard to determine the difference between the two because you simply cannot compare apples with oranges. An LED light is a type of artificial light source. It’s the more energy-efficient counterpart of fluorescents, halogens, and incandescent.

On the other hand, a flood light is a type of fixture similar to under cabinet lights, wall lights, garden lights, and other units that you install. There are various categories of flood lights, including LED flood lights.

If you want to know how an LED flood light differs from a fluorescent flood light, here's a rundown! An LED flood light, as mentioned before, is highly efficient. For minimal power consumption, it can produce an astounding amount of illumination! Because of this, enjoying that much brilliance is less problematic since your electricity bill will not suddenly shoot up.

In addition, an outdoor LED flood light has a long average lifespan – some can last more than 30,000 hours! With this, your maintenance expenses will decrease, and you won't have a hard time maintaining your light system!

Can You Add a Motion Sensor to Flood Lights?

Are you considering using LED flood lights with a PIR sensor as a security light? If that's the case, you may be thinking of swapping out your existing LED flood light. Well, if your current fixtures don't have a motion sensor, don't worry. You can simply add a PIR sensor to it without having to replace the fixture. Although, you need to consider the compatibility of the devices.

Before purchasing, ensure that you research if you can integrate a PIR sensor into the model you have. If you can, check what types of sensors are compatible with your flood light. Follow the recommendations of the manufacturer because it’s guaranteed, so you won’t be disappointed or waste your resources.

Are Flood Lights Considered Outdoor Lights?

Because of the amount of illumination LED flood lights can produce, using them outdoors and in spacious areas is recommended. Putting a flood light in a tiny space will do more harm than good because it can overwhelm your eyes and wash out everything inside the room.

As mentioned earlier, this fixture is perfect for façade lighting, highlighting significant structures and illuminating manufacturing plants, ports, and construction sites. Also, flood lights are designed to survive outdoor elements like dust, liquids, dirt, sudden weather changes and others. They have a higher IP rating and are constructed from hardwearing materials.

Information on Choosing the Right LED Flood Lights

There are many factors that can affect your choice, but most of them are derived from your needs and personal preferences. So, when looking for residential or commercial LED flood lights, aside from researching information, determine first what you’re looking for and the conditions that need to be addressed by the fitting. This way, you’ll have an overview of the results you want to see.

After identifying your requirements, check the price of the fixture. An LED flood light is not that cheap. However, you still need to check if it's too much. When considering the price, please don't go for the cheapest ones because they’re most likely made from inferior materials. 

Remember, if you're investing in LED flood lights, go for those in a reasonable range made from high-quality materials.

Also, consider the colour temperature (cool white, natural white or warm white) and lumens. Depending on where you'll place them, those two may affect the effectiveness of your lighting arrangement.

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