Did you know that, next to heating and air conditioning, your lights consume
most of the energy in your home? In fact, you can lower your electricity bill
quickly and substantially simply by being smarter about lighting.
First, consider replacing your conventional light bulbs with the energy
saving variety. You've probably seen these at your local home improvement
centre. Compact florescent light bulbs, for example, use up to 75% less energy.
Second, lower the wattage in some outlets. Is it necessary to have a 100
watt bulb in the furnace room? Try a 60 watt bulb.
Finally, think before you turn on the lights. Do you really need them on?
Perhaps there's an alternative, such as opening a window blind to let in
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