Light is created by a wide range of methods ranging from just burning stuff to advanced microchips. Knowing the difference between each technology will ensure that you use the best for each application and have efficient and effective lighting in your home.
35% of the typical American home’s energy use goes toward appliances, electronics, and lighting. Thankfully, recent improvements in LED lighting, TVs and monitors, and other appliances and electronics have made it possible to decrease that percentage in your home today. In this article, we’ll teach you about lighting efficiency so you can minimize your energy impact and costs at home.
Have you ever been frustrated trying to tell the difference between all the shapes and sizes of light bulbs available? You're not alone, but once you understand some basics it is a lot easier to understand what you need. This article will help you know how to pick the right light bulb.
Since the Great Recession of 2008, Americans have been understandably skittish about housing prices. While the numbers may seem to show a strong recovery, deeper analysis reveals some alarming trends. Read this extensive article and see what we think about the 2017 housing market.