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Frequently Asked Questions
Energy Saving Tips
Large Appliance Tips
Small Appliance Tips
Switch to energy-efficient compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) bulbs, which last up to 10 times longer and use up to 75 per cent less electricity.
Lights out! Always turn off the lights when you leave a room. Make this a habit.
Dust your light fixtures regularly as dirt can significantly absorb light and reduce bright ness. Remember to clean with the power turned off.
Create a ‘movie theatre’ atmosphere and watch television without overhead lighting.
During the summer, open your blinds and curtains to let natural light into your suite.
Make the most of daylight and try to plan activities such as reading or playing the piano when natural light is available.
Try to place portable light fixtures (i.e. floor-based or table-based light fixtures) in a room corner so light can reflect from the walls and increase the overall brightness.
Don’t use ‘lava lamp’ light fixtures or other ‘entertainment’ light fixtures that do not provide any real lighting value.
Choose wide-brimmed lampshades that distribute light evenly out from the fixture.
Don’t get stuck decorating with light fixtures in ‘twos’ – the couch does not need portable light fixtures on each side-table to balance a room. Use other decorating ideas instead.
Switch from traditional holiday lights to LED holiday lights as they use drastically less energy.
Use task-based lighting to provide direct light right where you need it, as opposed to lighting up the whole room. Use a light fixture with an energy-efficient compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) bulb.
Designate a specific area in your suite for activities and hobbies i.e. reading, surfing online etc.
Don’t place portable light fixtures at every turn in your suite.
Monitor the lighting in your suite. If you see a light mistakenly left on – even if it wasn’t you – turn it off. Remind your family or roommates to power down.
If you get up in the middle of the night, turn on a small nightlight in the bathroom or hallway, instead of an overhead light. Remember to turn it off.
Before leaving on a trip or weekend getaway, walk around and make sure all lights are turned off.v
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