New Laws for Energy Efficient Light in Your Kitchen, Home and Bath
Kitchen, home and bath remodeler Master’s Craft of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, wants to be your source for information related to your kitchen, home and bath.
New laws that took effect on January 1st are aimed towards making the lighting in your kitchen, home and bath more energy efficient. Pennsylvania, along with the rest of the United States, will gradually switch to compact fluorescent lamps or high-efficacy halogens. LED technology is also becoming available. Currently, Master’s Craft is remodeling a Pennsylvania kitchen where all the lighting is LED.
CFLs average between $2-$3 each and can last up to 10,000 hours. Halogens emit the same warm light as an incandescent bulb, but lasts nearly twice as long and cost about $1.50-$2.00 per bulb.
LEDs have a life expectancy of 25,000 to 50,000 hours, costing $30 to $50 each. They are an investment for your Montgomery County, Pennsylvania home. LEDs return lower energy bills, require less time changing and have the same or less out-of-pocket expense over the life of the bulb.
When remodeling your Pennsylvania kitchen, bath or home, it is important to find a contractor who knows how to make your home more energy efficient. You can check power to choose electric to know how to save money on your electricity bills.
Master’s Craft proudly serves Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and surrounding areas with their kitchen, bath and home remodeling needs. Owner Brian Martin is a NARI Certified Remodeler (CR) and a NARI Certified Kitchen & Bath Remodeler. Master’s Craft Construction LLC, of Pennsylvania, is a proud member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
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