Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs

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Around the home – these bulbs make a difference.  How many of us have really taken the time to change out – all of the bulbs we can?

And how many out there who have made the changes actually see a lower monthly power bill?

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  1. Dan says:

    these are great for home use – but hard to track savings…

  2. This is a very interesting tool. Switching to this light would mean at least 30$ cheaper on a bill and wasting less energy.

  3. admin says:

    Pat -thanks for your thoughts!

  4. Jutta says:

    I have used the CFL’s for some time and finally found the new one’s that are much warmer in color and you can use with a dimmer.

  5. Jutta says:

    Bought them at Armstrongs for $6.99 a piece and I am very happy with them as the dimmer makes absolutely no noise.

  6. Ted Steck says:

    Warm (or soft)-color CFLs are out there and no more expensive. You can buy these on line. Look/ask for ratings of 2800 K (Kelvin-degrees) or less. The colder/harsher hues are 3200 K or greater. See http://www.fixingtheplanet.com/cfl-bulb-frustration.

  7. Lesley says:

    Hate them Hate them – and in Australia we don’t have the choice anymore – shops ONLY stock these! If you look at the Cradle to Grave life of these things – they are more eco-expensive in resources to make and much fuller of toxic material so what are our dumps going to be full of when we dispose of them??? These things are not the answer

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