Energy Efficient Lighting in Chicago
On August, 17, 2018
Ever wonder what the name of those little spiral-shaped bulbs was? Commonly known as incandescent bulbs, compact fluorescents (or CFLs) use less than a third of the energy required by standard light bulbs. If every U.S. household replaced just one regular bulb with a CFL, the amount of energy saved could light 2.5 million homes for a year.
While a slightly pricier product up front, they last up to ten times longer than their less efficient competition, quickly paying for themselves in both reduced energy bills and by requiring fewer replacements. Available in a variety of colors and styles, for everything from flood lights to candelabras, there’s really no excuse not to switch your bulbs over today. Or simply call Gary’s Handyman and Bathroom Remodeling and we can do your conversion for you. We’ll replace as many or as few bulbs as you want, even in tricky or hard to reach spots like garages, porch lights and vaulted ceilings.