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 as part of the internal refurbishment program. If you do not currently have LED lights but would like them upgraded, please email us at
-  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. 
-  Use natural light! During the winter, maximise sunlight exposure by allowing it to stream through the south-facing side of your house. Open curtains and blinds during daylight hours to let in as much sunlight as possible. This not only brightens up your living spaces but also helps to naturally heat your home, reducing the need for artificial lighting and heating.