Posted July 18, Yeah, Radiant Floors with 1. Again, sounds like a large amount of KW’s used per month. Have not changed a light in 2 years. Posted July 20, Good point about new models.

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Posted December 20, Replacing bulbs is not what I intend to solve with LEDs.

Posted July 22, I do not assume this will always be the case. Sign up for a new account f4 our community. Sign in Already have an account?

Have not changed a light in 2 years. I’ve used these in my house: Need to find the bill for the rate. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry I have a 5k sq foot house and my electricity bill is under in the peak of the south summer.

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With Utah having some of the lowest energy costs in the US 42nd out of the states in Electricity, 47th for Natural Gasand having a lot of lights to replace that aren’t used as often, the payback can be quite a bit longer, although your argument definitely holds true for a lot of lights probably most on the main floor in my home.


Best Practices Search In. Posted July 24, Everything I’ve tried works fine at dimming with the gen 1 dimmers. What is a good dimmable bulb for these dimmers?

By wilddbillDecember 20, in Best Practices. I use just over Kwh in summer and dim11 Kwh in djm1 – although we do have the additional cost of LPG fire in winter. What I don’t particularly want to do is buy the LEDs for part of the house, then go to outfit the rest, and find that the model has changed.

The surefire way is to buy one, and try it out.

That includes Philips and Cree and two others I can’t remember from way back last year. Posted July 21, When Incandescent bulbs are outlawed, you may be able to get halogens, which are less restricted, and are mostly the same as the Incandescent.

We have more then 6x the space and roughly the same bill. Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2.


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They are brighter and a wider spread than the 50w halogen. Yeah, Radiant Floors with 1. Sign In Sign Up. I wouldn’t expect the ever lowering prices to compete with the real savings you would make buy committing to the buy now.

Most dimmable LEDs should work with that dimmer with some possible issues, such as only dimming down a certain percentagealthough the newer Forward Phase or Adaptive Phase dimmers may work better for certain bulbs. LEDs are where it’s at, and where it’s going, imho. Solar guys don’t make it any easier either.

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Good point about new models. As a reading light, we don’t use LED at all here. Again, sounds like a large amount of KW’s used per month. My whole house has LEDs.