Clarissa Bancroft. Lighting. March 23rd , 2017.
In these times of recessions, rising energy costs are surely pinching everybody. People are trying to find out ways to cut their energy bills. When it comes to lighting, most people start thinking of incandescent bulbs. In recent years, use of LED lighting has increased for many reasons. The most important here is they are low-cost. They use very little energy to give same power as the conventional bulbs.
Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are a version of the long tube fluorescent lights. They use less electricity than the traditional light bulbs. Moreover, an ENERGY STAR-rated CFL uses about one-fourth of the energy and lasts longer than a traditional incandescent that puts out the same amount of light. It contains mercury, which is a toxic heavy metal, which is harmful to both health and the environment.
Once you are done lighting up the 10 ft X 15 ft sleeping area, focus on lighting the task areas. You need to have a bright source of light around the dressing and study tables to have a clearer view of things. Placing bright lamps, pendant lamps, or wall fixtures with individual sockets is the norm to brighten up your study area. Opt for two vertical lamps to adorn the dressing table, instead of a single overhead light that will cast shadows.
An average household spends about 5% of its energy budget to lighting. Switching to energy-efficient lighting is one of the easiest ways to cut the energy bills.
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