If you’ve heard about residential LED lightbulbs, you probably know that they’re energy-efficient, last a long time, and are pricier than other lightbulb technologies.
I’ve been using LED lights in my home for several months now, and overall the transition has been good. As you consider your lighting options, here a few things that you might not know about LEDs.
LEDs are cooler.
When you’re running fans or an air conditioner this summer, having burning-hot incandescent bulbs just makes it harder to manage the heat. LEDs run much cooler than incandescent bulbs and significantly cooler than CFLs.