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5 Eco Friendly Ways to Enhance Lighting Efficiency In Your Home

January 9, 2016

In today’s world, we all want to do something that can help the environment and the world around us to be in better shape. We want to push away global warming and make it easier than ever for us to help save the world in a way that is actually helpful. The lighting in your home can actually play a big role in helping you to do this. How can you make it more efficient? Here are 5 ways.

Consider adding LED lights to certain areas of your home. LED lights are not only really bright, but they are energy efficient as well. That means that you’re going to be getting more light for minimal energy, which is not only eco friendly, but it’s going to be a lot cheaper on your wallet as well.

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Instead of using overhead lights, consider using lamps with eco-friendly bulbs. There are a lot of people who use the overhead lights in their home without a care. But, if they’re outdated or they aren’t doing what they need to do, then they could be wasting more energy than necessary. A good idea would be for you to get some lamps and use bulbs that are eco-friendly to get the best results.

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Getting a lighting retrofit that works for you. If the lighting in your home is a lot less efficient than it could be, then consider getting retrofits which will allow you to keep the style of the light that you’re using, but that makes it more energy efficient. 

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 Add in windows or skylights that help to bring in more natural light from outside. If you really want to be eco friendly, then why not consider using natural light to your advantage? By putting additional windows or skylights into your home, you’re allowing more light in during the day. In many cases, this will prevent or even eliminate the need for you to have lights on during the day at all – and that can save energy and money in the long run. What more could you want?

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Keep a regular sleeping schedule. This may sound odd, but many people have an odd sleeping schedule where they stay up half the night and really don’t do anything. They will keep lights on, which wastes energy. By getting a more natural sleeping schedule that goes with the sun (not totally, of course, but at least mostly), it can mean that your home becomes a lot more energy efficient on account of the fact that you aren’t awake to use energy.

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