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During the holiday season, a great way to spread cheer is by hanging festive lighting on the outside of your home. These decorative strands of lights come in many styles, shapes, colors, and various blinking and color transitioning abilities. Although these lights are a nice visual, they add to energy expenses that are already increased during the winter months due to the use of heating. Learn more about the different energy-efficient holiday lighting options available for your home!
We all use lights and have light bulbs, whether they are in the kitchen, bathroom, or living room. However, one thing we don’t all have is energy-efficient light bulbs. While many of us think that merely turning off the lights when we leave the room is sufficient, that is simply not true. There are many types of light bulbs differing in size, shape, color and efficiency. The most well-known light bulbs are incandescent, CFL, and LED bulbs. Learn more about these bulbs in the following guide.
When it comes to energy consumption in the average household, lighting makes up about 7-20% of your total usage. With easy habit changes and inexpensive upgrades available, the following guide prepared by Kate Tovey will serve as a quick, simple, and effective way to save money on your energy bills.
If you’re interested in upgrading your light bulbs, then this is the perfect article to read! Anisah Rodgers, a Conservation Coach with Walnut Creek Saves, will discuss the energy efficiency of incandescent, CFL, and LED bulbs along with their different features. Read more to find the right bulb for you!
Many residents find their energy bills to be higher than they would like to pay every month. And sometimes you may not even be able to pinpoint the one device or habit that is costing you extra each month. As a Conservation Coach at Walnut Creek Saves, it is Anna Meehan's job is to inform residents on ways they can save water and energy around the home. Read on to learn Anna's top three energy-saving tips.
With new technology, light bulb manufacturers have made bulbs that shine brighter, use less energy, are better for the environment, and can last up to 25 times longer than a typical incandescent bulb. Let Rion Shellooe, a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves, explain why you should upgrade your incandescents.