By choosing to replace incandescent bulbs with more energy-efficient light bulbs, such as LED lights and CFL bulbs, you can be guaranteed to have effective light with less overall energy use.
LED Light: Small, powerful, and efficient. Now that they produce white light appropriate for residential settings, LEDs grouped together in a bulb pack enough punch that this 8w LED from Nexxus can replace a 75-watt PAR30 incandescent bulb.
If you want to find energy-efficient light bulbs, you’ll need to understand the basics of LED lights and CFL bulbs, presented in this article. After you’ve upgraded your lighting, check out the other great energy-saving ideas in “The Energy Smart House” by the editors of “Fine Homebuilding.” Written by builders and every experts from all over the country, this book details the methods, materials and technology you’ll need to make your home as energy efficient as possible.
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Efficacy at a glace: Understanding this measure of lighting efficiency.
Continuous task lighting: The unique tubes and connectors of Feelux’s Slimline allow end-to-end installation, eliminating shadows and dark spots between fixtures in undercabinet and cove lighting.
Energy-efficient light bulb sources.
Energy efficient lightbulbs come in a broad range of styles. You can find an energy efficient bulb for almost any type of light fixture.