Toxic Light - The Dark Side of Energy Saving Bulbs

This is an interesting YouTube video of a past TV episode posted on Mar 4, 2013. It talks about how dangerous fluorescent lights can be and what you should do if one should break.

Today LED lights has dropped in price since than. Its lifespan is 5 to 10 times longer than fluorescent lights. Have a look at the type of LED lights available today on our site and you will see that LED lights can replace most incandescent, fluorescent, and halogen lights today.

Incandescent bulbs are still available here in Toronto.  If your lights are on for more than 5 hours a day and are still using the old incandescent bulbs it makes sense to switch to LED bulbs since you will save up to 85% of the energy costs. This will pay for itself within 2 years and any savings afterwards are yours to keep. Also note, not only will you save on energy but you will save on replacements as well. The life of one LED bulb is equivalent to as much as 25 incandescent bulbs.  Changing adds up to a greener future for all of us.