Money-Saving Ideas with Household 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.

For years, incandescent bulbs have been used in many ways and have been available in many watt variations. You need light in the evenings to read books, play games, work on house cleaning, and many other home living activities. Using 60-watt incandescent light bulbs can really add up on your electric bill, as well as with using 100-watt bulbs too.

Conveniently, L.E.D. bulbs and fluorescent lighting have evolved to replace those incandescent lamps. Now you have the potential to save on energy usage.

A 60-watt incandescent is equal to a 13 or 15 watt fluorescent lamp. This benefit alone saves you money each and every month in energy usage costs. You can easily replace that 60-watt daylight bulb in your bathroom with a 15 watt daylight fluorescent bulb.

L.E.D. lamps help save on your utility bill every month. With lower energy use than fluorescent lamps, they continue to grow in popularity, yet have limitations on options. There are a small handful of types available and they continue to evolve. 

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