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  • We offer instant discounted pricing on select ENERGY STAR® LEDs (light emitting diodes) at your local retailer
  • LEDs are now more affordable than ever
  • LEDs can save up to 80% of energy used as compared to a standard incandescent
  • LEDs can last up to 25 times longer than a standard bulb
  • LEDs are dimmable and do not contain mercury
  • ​Replacing your old light bulbs with LEDs and CFLs is one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to reduce your energy use and save money while helping the environment
  • Standard LEDs typically cost about $5-$6 per bulb when purchasing from retailers offering APS instant discounts
  • Standard CFLs typically cost $1 or less when you buy them at retailers who offer the APS discount
  • CFLs use up to 75% less energy than a traditional bulb
  • CFLs may last up to 10 times longer; LEDs may last up to 25 times longer than a traditional bulb
  • CFLs can save you more than $40 over the life of each bulb; LEDs can save you around $130 over its lifetime of use
  • Both CFLs and LEDS operate cooler, producing 75% less heat than a regular incandescent bulb
  • We also offer instant discounted pricing on select ENERGY STAR® CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps) at many local retailers

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Find out how much you can save when you switch to energy-efficient light bulbs. We'll even help you find the right bulbs for every room and fixture in your home.

why should I buy energy star® qualified bulbs?
When you choose an ENERGY STAR qualified bulb, you’ll get quality performance. ENERGY STAR qualified products are tested to meet stringent performance criteria established by the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy.
Qualified bulbs meet minimum lifetime and efficacy requirements, and are within the maximum allowed product start and warm-up times. LEDs and CFLs are available in different color “temperatures” (e.g. soft white, day light, bright white).
If you want a light similar to an incandescent, choose a bulb with a temperature around 2700K. For whiter task lighting, choose a higher temperature, around 3500K. The higher the color temperature, the bluer the light will appear.
Manufacturers are required to label the product if light output is different than that of a soft white incandescent.​

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