Compact fluorescents are great, and much more efficient than incandescent bulbs, but there’s something even better on the horizon: LED lights. In fact, you have probably already seen traffic lights that use high-lumen Light Emitting Diodes, which consume a tenth of the electricity of an incandescent bulb with a red filter.
Replacing regular incandescent light bulbs in your lamps and ceiling fixtures can really add up! In addition, new compact fluorescent lights last far longer than incandescent bulbs. It’s a win-win situation. Look at the savings detailed at energystar.gov. Energy Star qualified CFLs use only 1/3 of the energy of a standard incandescent bulbs to provide […]
Looking for a way to streamline your electric bill and your décor? Explore the families of Leviton and Lutron lighting controls. Using dimmers saves electricity. If you don”t need all those watts every time you turn on a light, why use them? The extra light only benefits the power companies. Turn off what you don”t […]
The Envision WaterFurnace is the most efficient heating and cooling system that has ever been rated by the Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute (ARI). According to the EPA, installing a geothermal unit is the environmental equivalent of taking two cars off the road or planting 750 trees. For homeowners are actively seeking eco-friendly energy solutions, […]