Sign in Already have an account? Register a new account. Of course, those’ll probably be illegal at some point as well. I do not assume this will always be the case. As a reading light, we don’t use LED at all here. Replacing bulbs is not what I intend to solve with LEDs. They are brighter and a wider spread than the 50w halogen.
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I have the same size house with similar size bills, but my unit price is times higher. I wouldn’t expect dimm1 ever lowering prices to compete with the real savings you would make buy committing to the buy now.
Posted December 20, Posted July 21, That includes Philips and Cree and two others I can’t remember from way back last year. I have a dom1 sq foot house and my electricity bill is under in the peak of the south summer. Yeah, Radiant Floors with 1.
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Posted July 22, My whole house has LEDs. I use just over Kwh in summer and around Kwh in winter – although we do have the dlm1 cost of LPG fire in winter. Replacing bulbs is not what I intend to solve with LEDs.
I haven’t changed a bulb in two years either- all ICs. My place is SF with hot tub.
Posted July 18, Need to find the bill for the rate. Have not changed a light in 2 years.
I’ve used these sim1 my house: Steel beams work wonders at stiffening a structure The surefire way is to buy one, and try it out. Winters get cheaper as the CoOp is centrally heated for all units and that cost is covered in the monthly maintenance fee. Of course, those’ll probably be illegal at some point as well.
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Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. We have more then 6x the space and roughly the same bill.
By wilddbillDecember 20, in Best Practices. Good point about new models. Sorry I can’t be more help at this point. Everything I’ve tried works fine at dimming with the gen 1 dimmers.
Register a new account. Again, sounds like a large amount of KW’s used per month. Throw some laziness into the mix, and lack of time with family activities, etc.
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. Solar guys don’t make it any easier either.
I do not assume this rim1 always be the case. Posted July 24, In the past, you simply waited until one burned out then picked another.