Green-Lighting

Conserving energy is not just a choice, it’s also a responsibility. One way or another, we waste energy that could have been used for another day or purpose. Many of us also don’t make the most of sustainable and eco-friendly technology that is already available in the market. What homeowners don’t realize is that they can actually contribute a lot by changing a few details of their home’s utility system. 

Love the Sun Open a window and let the sun in to light up your home. The sun is more than just a source of light and heat, you can use it as a sustainable energy source. Solar power is one of the cleanest and easiest sustainable forms of energy you can use at home. There are thousands of companies that can set up solar panels for your home or you can even find one of those do-it-yourself installations. Solar panel systems are expensive, but you get to use it for the rest of your life and you won’t have to worry about a monthly electric bill. 

Switch to Energy Friendly Bulbs Our lights actually make up a big portion of the power we use in a daily basis. Over the years, the lighting technology has shifted into a more eco-friendly tone. Newer kinds of bulbs have become power-friendly and use a fraction of the power old bulbs needed to produce light. For example, a 10 to 15 watt LED bulb can create the same amount of light as a 100 watt incandescent bulb. 

It’s a Lifestyle Saving energy should be integrated to your lifestyle. Make it a point that you make more energy-friendly choices when you purchase appliances. Check if you turned off a light bulb that’s not being used. Be aware if your actions and find little ways to do your part.

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