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Energy Efficient Lighting

Energy Efficient Lighting

Energy Efficient lighting (1) Are your utility bills getting bigger and bigger? By improving your homes energy efficiency you can make a huge difference to the bottom line figures. One inexpensive way to achieve this is by switching to more energy efficient lighting. Because they use less energy, your electricity use will be slashed. When that happens across America, we're making a real impact on the planet we live on. We can all see how weather patterns across the world are growing more unpredictable. Switching to greener energy sources may help to slow down or even reverse these patterns. You don't have to be scared of the new energy efficient bulbs.They can be just as attractive and effective as traditional incandescent bulbs.

There are two types of energy efficient lighting bulbs: LED and Fluorescent Lights. LED stands for Light Emitting Diode and together with fluorescent lights, they can be a real money saver. LED lights are about four times more efficient and can last up to 12 times longer than common incandescent bulbs. Whilst they can be more expensive initially, you'll more than make up for this with savings in the future. The energy consumed by LED is a 25% of the energy consumed by incandescent bulbs. They last long because they don't have filaments, making them resistant to knocks, drops, and even earthquakes. Compact Fluorescent Lights are another incredibly efficient lighting source. These award winning bulbs can be used anywhere that ordinary bulbs can be used. You may install them on walls, ceiling fixtures, on porch lights, in table lamps. The opportunities are endless, but wherever you use them you can be sure they'll be saving you money. Interior Deluxe sell a wide range of energy efficient light bulbs and fittings. They're the future of lighting in America. Lighting technology has moved on, take advantage of it today.

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