Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Light Bulbs

I just bought new light bulbs for our new condo and I was amazed how many kinds of light bulbs we have now. There are many different types of light bulbs and they were all designed for a different purpose. Take for example the incandescent light bulb. It is the regular light bulb that everybody is familiar with and this type of bulb is good for most household application. It can give you light between 600-900 hours. Most people prefer the soft light of this bulb.

Then, there is the Halogen bulb which has a longer life than the normal light bulb that we normally used at home. It gives off a much brighter light. One must take some precautions when using this bulb for it will burn much hotter than the regular bulb. It may reach temperatures of up to 300 degrees so, one should be extremely careful. Never place this bulb near by any flammable materials or in a way that it would come into contact with somebody walking by. The Halogen Light Bulbs have the advantage of being efficient compared to the standard type of bulb. Its longer life would mean, savings in the bank.

There are also many different types of bulbs you can use in your home such as fluorescent or the new bulb that contains mercury or LED lighting. The choice is endless and it is really up to you as which one best fits your needs.

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