Lighting in your home can be a huge contributor to the energy bill. Here are some tips on conserving that energy and ensuring you lower the bill as much as possible.

 

Giving your lighting timer settings

 

When your system has sensors that detect motion, use them to your advantage. You can have these shut off after a set amount of time without any movement. This will allow you to not have to worry about turning the lights on and off, which should lower your energy bill dramatically.

 

If you can’t set these with your current lighting situation, there are adjustments you can make manually. Either giving yourself reminders or putting little notes on the switches can be an effective option. Alternatively, switching your system is fairly easily and certainly worth the savings in the long term.

 

Setting up LEDs

 

LED lighting is significantly lower on the energy bill when installed properly. Lasting almost 25 times longer than incandescent lighting, and using 75% power.

 

If you have any questions, give us a call today. We’ll take your current lighting situation and find the best alternatives for you to minimize your energy bill on a monthly basis. We’re looking forward to hearing from you soon to get started!