on Jun 03, 2014 @ 12:35 am|
I have just finished posting a review on Facto LED lights. Our energy resources are dwindling and there are a lot of ways we can help, without (excuse the pun) being in the dark.
Starting in 2000 I started moving towards florescent lighting. which believe it or not brought my light bill down by approximately $30.00/month, then in 2005 when I redid part of the kitchen I replaced the fixtures with Halogens purchased from IKEA (one of the cheapest places to buy the light fixtures). Now in 2014, I have slowly started changing to LED's on 3 bulb fixture alone in my kitchen will be saving me 101 Watts/hr, when I change the other 5 bulb fixture it will be saving me even more. Next I will go to IKEA and purchase the LED bulbs that look like regular light bulbs, they cost about 6.99 but will save me another 63 watts per bulb.
Do not know if any one else out there is as conscious as I am about our energy resources, but thought I would give you a heads up if anyone is at all interested.
|saving energy on Jun 25, 2014 @ 12:40 am|
Hi there,very nice tip for saving energy by using LED bulbs and also thanks for sharing about IKEA .I try to save as much as I can.I do laundry after 4 pm on weekdays if I have to otherwise it cost less on sundays and i never use dryer more then 8 mins.It saves energy as well as clothes last longer.I try and follow earth day instructions.
|Welcome on Jun 25, 2014 @ 01:04 am|
Good to know someone else is concerned to and tring to save not only money, but also the planet. Thanks