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Lighting Choices to Save You Money

Light your home having the same amount of light, using less energy. Upgrading just 15 inefficient incandescent type light bulbs in your home could save you on average $50 per year. New lighting standards took effect in 2012 and money-saving options such as energy-saving incandescent Compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) and Light Emitting Diode (LED) light bulbs are available today. For high-quality products with the greatest energy savings, choose bulbs which have earned the ENERGY STAR label.

New Light Bulbs: What's the Difference?

10 Dollars off Any Lighting Fixture Replacement

10 Dollars off Any Fixture Replacement

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Mandatory Fluorescent Changes for 2012

With today’s Energy standards, many of the older Lighting Systems in service are very Energy Inefficient. Today's technology allows the same amount or more light, yet operates at a Fraction of your normal Energy Consumption, up to 45%-60% less energy.