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Lighting accounts for 3% of yearly energy use for a typical household in your area.
Why? Though you're rarely awake to see them, outdoor lamps left on all night can consume more electricity than most of your other light fixtures. However, motion...
Save up to $45 per year
1,757 people do this
Why? Overhead bulbs can brighten a space, but often use more light than you really need. Using a kitchen counter light while preparing dinner—or a small lamp to...
Save up to $40 per year
5,942 people do this
Why? Inefficient incandescent bulbs, despite their low initial price tag, are costly to run and replace in the long term. Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)...
Save up to $115 over bulb life
5,698 people do this
Why? It's hard to remember to turn off lights and other devices when they're not in use. Timers and occupancy sensors work automatically so you can see maximum...
Save up to $30 per year
1,138 people do this
Why? A standard light switch gives you two lighting options—full brightness or none at all. Dimmers give you more control over the level of light in a room, which...
2,101 people do this
Why? Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) offer an easy and affordable way to save energy and money, but these lights may not operate as efficiently as possible with light...
2,678 people do this
Why? Light-emitting diode (LED) light bulbs save electricity by using up to 90% less energy to produce the same amount of light as conventional incandescent bulbs....
Save up to $255 over bulb life
1,393 people do this
Why? In an average home, lighting accounts for nearly 9% of electricity costs. Turning lights off when you're not in the room is a simple way for you to make a...
15,194 people do this
Why? For safety, it's important to keep doors and walkways well lit, and a brightened outdoor space may add aesthetic value to your home. Outdoor lights that stay...
1,118 people do this