Power Friendly Lights

Over the years, home owners are becoming more conscious about the things they use at home and how eco-friendly they are. One of the best eco-friendly breakthroughs and developments would be energy friendly light bulbs. Many consumers still have a difficult time when buying these bulbs. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your purchase. 

Watts and Lumens One of the major differences between a regular bulb like an incandescent bulb and a power friendly ones like LED bulbs is the amount of watts they need to create certain brightness. Usually, consumers would check the number of watts on a light bulb to know how bright it is. However, new power friendly bulbs actually use a fraction of the watts needed by regular bulbs to create the same amount of light. For example, an eco-friendly bulb can produce the same light as a 100-watt incandescent with just 10 watts. It’s better to just check the lumens, or the actual brightness of the light made by the bulb, to know how bright it is. 

Life Span Don’t be shocked to find eco-friendly light that can last up to 10 times longer than regular bulbs. Thanks to how they produce their lights, which is not through a filament that heats up, the last much longer. Most consumers would just switch all of their light bulbs to these lights in one setting so they would just deal with replacing them once they burn out at around the same time. 

Price Eco-friendly bulbs are considerably more expensive compared to regular bulbs, but the savings you get once you switch over to these will cover the cost in just a few months. Also, eco-friendly bulbs have drop prices and are becoming more affordable.

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