Ryan McLean

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  1. Todd
    June 19, 2018 @ 1:18 am

    Hi I love the article and I just replaced 7 Chandelier bulbs and 10 regular size (or Kitchen, Washroom, Bedroom , & Living Room bulbs). And thought maybe we should add that not only do these lights pay for them selves in about a year but they also last much longer (I’ve read 50x longer). Not only that but they produce much less heat. I can keep my 1 bedroom apt quite cool until at least 5:00pm when it’s 27c-32c outside. How about an article on keeping an apartment cool instead of air conditioning as there are many tricks, like stuffing a towel under the door if a person is home during the day to keep hot air out and cool air in. Or using a 27″monitor for computer and TV instead of a 51″ TV as it produces much less heat.

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  2. Are LED Fluorescent Tubes Energy Saving? | Ai-Ledlight
    November 1, 2018 @ 6:53 am

    […] most general purpose lighting applications, the additional cost of the LED light bulbs will more than pay for itself within the first 18 months  cost of the LED technology will more than pay for itself within the first 18 months.The only […]

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