More and more products are being made from recycled materials, even light fixtures for your home. These light fixtures are made from recycled metals including bronze, brass, copper, and aluminum. Watch this video to find out more.
A central lighting control system provides greater security and convenience, as well as making it easy to program the desired level of lighting automatically in each room. Thanks to wireless technology, lighting control systems are more affordable and simpler to install than ever. Watch this video to find out more.
The name of the Sylvania LED Golden Dragon Puck Lights may be a handful, but these little battery powered, under-cabinet lights are so easy to install and use that you’ll be enjoying them before you can say, “Now what were they called again?” Read this review to find out more.
Over the past few years the use of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL) has increased dramatically in households. Since CFLs contain a small amount of mercury, it’s important to dispose of old bulbs properly. Watch this video to find out more.
I had an old lamp base that I liked very much but I wasn’t thrilled with the finish on the wood. So I decided to jazz it up a bit with a spray can of HAMMERED by Rust-Oleum. It’s perfect for painting over wood, metal, plaster, ceramics and previously painted surfaces. Plus, it creates a textured finish to replicate the look of a hammered metal surface. Read on to find out more.
One of the best ways to go green is to let natural sunlight work for you. If you have enough natural light in your home, you won’t need to turn on artificial lights during the day which can save energy. Watch this video to find out more.
Dimmers are a great way to add ambiance to a room, but now they can do even more. The Lutron Maestro Dimmer with Occupancy Sensor turns the lights on automatically when you walk into the room, then turns them off again once you’ve left.
Many people are upset about the mercury content in compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs), but there’s a much greater amount found in fluorescent tubes. In fact the amount of mercury found in the first CFLs could fit on the tip of a pencil, and today’s CFLs have half that amount. Plus, there are a number of very safe and efficient ways of deposing of the bulbs.