Lighting accounts for about 20% of a home’s energy bill. By switching from incandescent bulbs to more efficient lighting, you can reduce your energy usage and cost. CFL and LED bulbs are two great options that will lower the costs by 75% or more! Check out this lighting guide for some of your options.
Use energy-efficient Compact Fluorescent Lamps. CFL bulbs have the same light output as an incandescent, but use a quarter of the energy. These standard model CFLs will fit in most fixtures.
Holidays can be expensive, so try saving some money with your decorations this year! These LED holiday lights will give off the same joyful glow while using a fraction of the energy.
Save energy with your dimmer lights too! These specially made CFLs are compat- ible when connected to any dimming switch.
You may want to consider putting your lamps on a timer, so you can set your lights to go on and off and ward off intruders!
It’s easy to discourage intruders when your outdoor lights are on. This device will automatically turn your outdoor CFL lights on at dusk and off at dawn. Just screw any outdoor CFL into the control and you are good to go.
Save energy with your dimmer lights too! These specially made CFLs are compatible when hooked to any dimming switch.