You ever been in doubt when buying lamps for your home? What would be the most appropriate? After the extinction of the light bulbs on the market, your place was taken by fluorescent darlings. Now a new technology emerges with LED lamps.
The right lighting can help to enhance an environment making it more cozy and comfortable.However, if it is not properly thought out and distributed in space by means of a lighting project, the environment can become uncomfortable, reflecting a constant nuisance to those who circulate or perform some activity in the home.
There are many situations where there is waste of energy such as misuse and exploitation of the energy generated.And this is a very important issue that has taken prominence in both the media and the electric sector, because any advancement requires energy, so the energy available must have good use.
Since 2010, incandescent bulbs are leaving the shelves of markets. Gradually, the bulbs of 100 watts, 150 and 200 were banned. In early July, came the time of 60 watts. The measure, to adjust consumption in the country energy efficiency program, let the consumer the options of fluorescent lights and the LED (Light Emitting Diode).
For several years considering the purchase of LED bulbs (also called LED) for some lamp shades at home. Basically like savings in the sense to do the same (or more) amount of work with less resources, not in the sense of “deprivation”. So for a long time use energy saving bulbs and question time it was to go on LED lamps.