How to find the best money saving light bulbs
The Best Light Bulbs to Save Money
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Make the New Year's resolution to reduce your carbon footprint in 2012.
The first step is to change your light bulbs. Today's light bulbs are more energy efficient than ever before. Not only will you be helping the environment, but also you'll be saving money. An energy efficient household, with the best light bulbs, is a great way to do both.
In a previous article, we talked about the best energy saver furnaces for the winter. Those devices reduce your impact on the environment and help save you money on monthly bills.
To go with your new energy saver furnace, here are the best light bulbs you can buy to reduce your impact on the environment and save on your monthly electric bill.
From Felt Electric's compact fluorescent light bulb at $8 with a lifetime of 80,000 hours, to Luma Pro's $14, 80,000-hour compact light bulb, here are 5 inexpensive options to reduce your carbon footprint and save money.
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