Save Money with Your Home Lighting

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Lighting up your home adds safety to the mix, but costs money to run. There is no way to avoid it unless you want complete darkness and no progress with house cleaning or home renovations either.

Every bulb uses watts to run. Housekeeping, home upgrades, garage work, reading a book, and many other tasks need light at night or life would come to a screeching halt. 60 watt bulbs use a lot of energy when on and this can really increase your electrical bill.

Excellent alternatives include fluorescent lighting and L.E.D. bulbs mainly because of the less demand for energy.  

Purchasing fluorescent bulbs can be a wise decision, especially since they can save you around 60% over incandescent bulbs. It is much better to run 13 or 15 watts verses 60 watts.

Fluorescent lamps have light output performance that is measured in lumens, but most usually also show a watt comparison to make it easier for the customer. In addition, fluorescent lights are available in color tones like natural, daylight, warm white, cool white, bright white, etc.

L.E.D. bulbs help drop your electric use and the savings are reflected on your bill each and every single month! With the advantage of even lower energy use than fluorescent bulbs, these lamps are evolving into many different options and styles. Several different types of bulbs for different lighting applications exist.

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