Inspired LED

(480) 941-4286
www.inspiredled.com

Services Provided
LED Lighting, Free design services and quotes, custom creations, off the shelf products, plug-and-play kits

Areas Served
USA and Canada

Business Description
Inspired LED LLC is an LED manufacturing company specializing in low cost, high efficiency, low voltage LED lights for under cabinet kitchen lighting, home interior lighting, and light industrial applications.

Products are manufactured in the United States of America, and distributed worldwide. The LED lights are affordable and very easy to install. Inspired LED also offers FREE design services for those who are unsure where to start.

We pride ourselves in our customer service and work directly with consumers, electricians, contractors, distributors, and vendors.

See our website at www.inspiredled.com.

For more information, please contact us at info@inspiredled.com or, call us at 480-941-4286.

Certification and Awards
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014 in Customer Satisfaction
Location:
Tempe, AZ US 
Contact:
Caitlin Donnelly 
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Address
1733 E McKellips Rd #112,
Tempe, Arizona,
United States, 85281 
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Ogawa Fisher Architects
Hello Rick, we did not use any LED lighting for this particular stairwell, so I'm afraid I don't have an answer for you. I'm sorry I can't be of any help.
April 13, 2014 at 9:39pm   
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Rick- Send us a photo and dimensions of your stairwell and we can quickly price it out for you! Design@inspiredled.com
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I agree with Andersonville Kitchen & Bath- Warm toned LED lights underneath your cabinets can really give you that inviting feel you are looking. They can accentuate a beautiful backsplash or help your kitchen stand out on its own!
April 7, 2014 at 4:50pm     
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loreena1
wow, thanks, this was very helpfull
April 7, 2014 at 7:15pm   
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Interiors by Steven G
please be aware as a full service custom design firm we only do complete projects and we do not give out information regarding our sources thanks steven g
April 2, 2014 at 12:48pm   
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Randibernstein,
This look can be achieved with LED strip lighting. As far as our products go, we recommend our Normal Bright Flexible Strips for cove lighting. It will provide a beautiful glow, like the image above. These lights also appear to be on the warmer spectrum- you will want to look for a product in the high 2000Ks to low 3000Ks to achieve this color. We offer warm white for all of our products.
If you have any further questions about LEDs or about what exactly you need to complete your specific project, we are more than happy to assist you! http://inspiredled.com/normal-bright-flexible-strip-lighting

(The pics below aren't exactly like the image above, but you can get an idea of how they may look installed!)
April 3, 2014 at 2:27pm     
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Hi markbis99,
Not sure what this company did, but we recommend that our customers install our TV Backlight Kits on the back of their TV facing the wall. It creates a nice glow off of the wall!
We have kits in a cool white temperature (6500K), but can make it in warm white (3200K) as well, similar to the image above. http://inspiredled.com/products/kits/universal-LED-TV-backighting-kit
April 3, 2014 at 2:20pm   
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adivra
I don't have a solution for you, but I did have this same setup in a house overseas and they thought of the solution before floor install. They installed the floor in the living area perpendicular to the upper floor. Lived in the house for three years without incident.
April 2, 2014 at 4:27pm        Thanked by hubsey
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Inspired LED
We agree with the light idea! A simple strip can make all the difference! It will give your guests the little illumination to show that there is a step there, but it also acts as a nice night light and accent piece.
These will give you an idea of how LED lighting can possibly help!
April 3, 2014 at 2:03pm        Thanked by hubsey
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Mark Bischak, Architect
I do not understand from your description and your picture is a little fuzzy too.
March 17, 2014 at 9:48pm     
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toatsmcgoats
mark, i think you mean a little furry :)
March 17, 2014 at 10:23pm     
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tallulah1
Led strip lighting, can buy from hardware shops, it needs a power socket, this one also has a remote that changes the colours, can also fade and strobe!
May 17, 2013 at 1:11am     
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Timeless Interiors
As a former lighting consultant...I absolutely hate fluorescent lighting inside a home...except for closets/garages. There are far better options out there, especially with LED that are 3-4 times more cost effective (in the long run) base on overall energy saving and lamp life. Fluorescents do nothing for ambiance...and can be very difficult to dim. Yes...there are good fluorescent fixtures out there that are VERY expensive. LED is the way of the future. There have actually been studies done on mood and productively for CFL vs. LED light sources, and it's no surprise LED won hands down. CFL has been know to cause people to have migraines, anxiety and other aliments and they can also trigger seizures in those prone to epileptic episodes. Overall, not the best choice for light. For commercial spaces, the best way to use fluorescent light if you have to is with indirect type fixtures. And as always..no matter what type of light source you choose...thoughtful placement of the fixtures is CRUTIAL! We are so quick to throw up a ton of overhead lighting, which is usually overkill ....with no regard to the actually thinking about the function of the space and the type of ambience you may want at different times of the day, or even the best placement for the overhead lighting. Fixtures are getting smaller and LED's more powerful, so there are so many other creative ways to light a space then throwing a bunch of recessed on the ceiling and calling it a day. I wish more people would adopt the theory of layering light as it truly gives a space more depth and functionality if done correctly.
March 4, 2014 at 12:01pm        Thanked by Emily Hurley
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I began with an inquiring phone call, about their white flex strips. The lady I spoke to knew everything there is to know about it, and then some. I called back...
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I ordered LED tape lighting for under cabinet lighting. The company was responsive and fast. The layout they provided was easy to follow and I really appreciate...
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We recently moved into a new home and decided to get under cabinet lights in our kitchen for extra task lighting and to illuminate our backsplash. We had previo...
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I purchased a hardwire kitchen kit pro series and during the installation, I did not realize that the cables provided were not rated for in wall use. I contacte...
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John @ inspire LED was GREAT!! to work with... he helped me through my design and wiring.. Everything was very easy to install and the by far one of the most cu...
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