The promise of LEDs is that if you change your light bulbs today when your child is, say, starting kindergarten, they won’t need to be changed again until he or she is a couple years out of grad school.
Commercial success stories abound, but what’s the payback for the average homeowner? How can you justify paying three or four times the cost of a “normal” light bulb for this newfangled, strangelooking LED bulb, which you know little about? Many consumers can’t see beyond the low initial cost of incandescents, ignoring the energy payback and replacement cost savings inherent in LEDs. It’s time to change that thinking.
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