One of the easiest ways to save on utility bills is by switching your traditional light bulbs to LED lighting in your home. LED lights save up to 85 percent more energy than traditional incandescent light bulbs and they last 25 times longer. That means you can install an LED light bulb today and there’s a good chance it will still be working when a new born returns home from college. Another advantage they offer is they are cool to the touch, potentially saving your little ones from burning their little curious fingers.
Home Depot associate Christina Zuchegno highlights LED lighting and LED terminology in this week’s First Look video by covering Lumens (light output), Watts, Efficacy (Lumens per Watt), Color Rendering Index (Color Accuracy) and the color of light being emitted (Light Color).
Our First Look series gives Apron Blog readers an inside look by highlighting some of the videos our store associates watch to learn about the new products and services available at The Home Depot.