How to reduce your lighting costs
Lighting take up to 11% of an average household’s electricity consumption, and even more when homes use inefficient lights such as incandescent bulbs. Using a more efficient lightbulb can help lower electricity bills without compromising on the quality of light inside the home. - LED lights are installed in as many of the Lancaster West Estate properties as possible. If you require your non-LED lights, upgraded to LED, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Change lightbulbs in all rooms to LED lights as these consume much less energy than traditional incandescent or halogen lightbulbs.
- If your LED lights are connected to a mobile application, set the timings according to the household needs.
- Turn off lights when not in use.
- Make sure all the lights are turned off when you go to bed. If the lights are required to be on at night, use a low-energy nightlight, e.g., LED.
- During winter, allow sunlight to come through on the south-facing side of the house.