Power Friendly with your Lights

 Many of the tips you read online on how you can help the environment and go green at home with your utilities require expensive renovations and systems, like solar power, to get installed to your home’s wiring set up.

Though effective, this can be a bit too expensive for many of us. With that being said, there are a few little things that can make a big difference in saving power. 

Open your Windows By day, you can save a lot of money just by using sunlight to brighten up your home. Sunlight is free and it’s also the best light source around. By simply opening your windows, you can brighten up any part of your home without flipping a light switch. If you think it’s too bright, add a few blinds or some curtains.

However, don’t add too many blinds or use thick curtains since these can severely affect the look of the room and might even block out the sunlight too much. 

Switch It Off One of the most common things people forget to do is to turn their lights off when they don’t need it. They often leave it on, especially when they’re energy efficient bulbs. You can save a lot of money just by making sure that you turn off you lights.

If you don’t want to be bothered with worrying if you turned the light off or not, you can use timers or sensors so the lights can just be turned on and off when they’re needed. 

Switch to LED Lights If you’re really serious about saving money on your utilities, you should consider switching over to like LEDs. They’re the best power friendly bulbs in the market since they use the least amount of power to produce light, they help cut maintenance cost because they last longer and you can even get a few extra features with these new bulbs.

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