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Common Types of Energy-Efficient Lighting

Energy efficiency is important not only for the world’s climate but for your bank account. High-energy lighting costs much more money to use regularly. Sometimes, people mistakenly think that energy-efficient lighting means low quality. Nothing could be further from the truth. Check out these examples of excellent lighting that are still energy efficient.

LED Lighting

Light-emitting diodes, which is also known as LED lighting, is perhaps one of the most common types of energy-efficient bulbs. Increasingly popular in businesses and homes alike, LED bulbs use electrons in the semiconductor to create light. The tiny bulbs are in all types of devices, including traditional lamps, digital clocks, watches, and even traffic lights. A single LED bulb can last for more than a decade, making them even more efficient.

CFL Lighting

CFL lighting is the short name for compact fluorescent lamps. These types of bulbs showing up more often on store shelves. While they have the same overall shape and style of older bulbs, the twist in them almost resembles an ice cream cone. CFL bulbs fit into most traditional lamps. They are more expensive than traditional bulbs, but they last at least 14 times longer, making them a better price and more efficient in the long run.

Things to Remember

Low-energy bulbs don’t mean they emit low light, which means energy savings are available for all types of homes and businesses. The lighting is safe and secure, creating well-lit hallways, bright construction sites, and much more. One thing to keep in mind is that large-scale business lighting that needs repair or replacement will require a lighting specialist that understands energy-efficient bulbs on a commercial level. This type of company can provide diagnostics, replace bulbs, or even add all new lighting to your business.

When working with lighting specialists, be sure to hire a reputable company. Look for licensed and insured contractors who have a strong list of references from previous business clients.

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