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Compact fluorescent light bulbs now available as pot lights

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(NC)-Today it's easy to do little things that make every part of your home more energy efficient. Ontarians' favourite energy efficiency tool is the compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL). Technological advancements have made CFLs available for almost every light fixture in the home - now they're available for pot lights.

Since the late 80s, approximately 1.1 million new homes have been constructed using an average of ten pot lights per home. This means there are at least 11 million pot lights being used in Ontario. Replacing CFL pot lights in your home means you use less electricity and you can save up to $20 per year for an average home. Here are some quick facts on the new, improved CFLs for pot lights:

They have the same look as traditional pot lights so you can be energy efficient without changing the look of your fixtures.

Like many other CFLs, CFL pot lights are also available in dimmable versions.

They fit perfectly in your existing pot light fixtures so you don't have to hire an electrician to modify existing fixtures.

Information on ways to conserve energy in your home is available online at www.everykilowattcounts.com.

Credit: www.newscanada.com