Have You Made the Switch to LED Bulbs?
In September of last year, it was announced that halogen light bulbs will be banned in 2018. This has come under a new energy saving scheme from the Government. The list of reasons as to why halogen bulbs have been banned is long. They are bad for your health, they raise costs of electricity, and they are worse for the environment. The country will be switching to LED lighting. Making a simple change in the beginning by switching to LED bulbs will make the process a lot easier.
The change all stems from the fact that LED bulbs are more energy efficient. This year we officially reached the point of the planet’s life cycle where we are now using more energy that is non-reusable than reusable. So reusable energy or energy-efficient resources have become a strong element of our systems. It effects everyone on a global scale and influences the amount of energy we use.
LED Bulbs Are the Way to a More Energy Efficient Home
As mentioned before, the quickest and easiest way to get your home on track to be more energy-efficient is to change the light bulbs from fluorescent to LED bulbs. Replacing the bulb will not only help with the environment but will also help to cut the cost of your electricity bills. They also have longer life spans than fluorescent or halogen bulbs. This will again reduce the cost of having to replace the bulbs.
There are of course many options for your lighting. You do not just have to have LED bulbs. We offer a wide range of LED strip lighting kits that can light your home and reduce the cost of energy bills. If you would like any further information about the kits we offer you can call us today.