Saving Energy with Lights

Written by 

It can surely be easy to find the right color tone for your particular room. Some areas demand a lot of light depending on the activities that occur within that area. In some cases, lower lighting is preferred to add some comfort, such as near a chair or a desk. Everything just depends on your needs and desires.

No matter, almost everything you try to do in your home when the sun sets requires illumination, including things like house cleaning, typing on a computer, reading a book, writing on a notepad, etc.

No matter what kind of light bulb you had to have in your lighting fixture, there was an easy selection to match. A 60-watt bulb is often the most commonly used light bulb in every home. Nevertheless, the watts add up quickly.



Nowadays, you have options like fluorescent lamps and L.E.D. bulbs.  

Fluorescent lighting uses around 2/3 less watts than standard incandescent bulbs. Wattage will vary depending on the bulb in use. Lighting carries a big part of your electric bill amount. What if you replaced 60 watt bulbs with 13 watt fluorescent bulbs? In addition, color tone output has also become available with fluorescent lights. In general, cool white, bright white, and daylight are a few color tone options. If you look at it another way, your bill could be 60% less if the only thing running on electricity was lights. But of course, it does not exist that way.

Moreover, L.E.D. lamps save even more energy than fluorescent lighting. Unfortunately, there aren’t as many options yet with L.E.D. technology.

 

Get Your $50 Voucher Now

Please enter your name.
Please enter your email address.
Please enter your phone number.

Please enter your name.
Please enter your email address.
Please enter your phone number.
Additional Information:
Please enter how frequently would you like service.
Please enter type of home.
Please enter total square feet.
Please enter the number of occupants in your home.
Please enter the number of pets.
Please enter the number of bedrooms.
Please enter the number of bathrooms.
Please enter the zip code.

Please enter your name.
Invalid email address.
Invalid Input
Invalid Input