In an effort to lower my utility bill, I’ve been switching my incandescent light bulbs for compact-fluorescent ones.
The CFLS cost a bit more, require special disposal methods (since they contain mercury), but they last years longer than standard light bulbs and can help you save on your electric bill.
When I was purchasing these bulbs, I had done a little bit of light reading to help me decide on what to get. My plan was to give you the lowdown on all things related to CFL bulbs.
During my research, I came across this fabulous series from A Penny Closer. Melissa has REALLY done her homework on CFLs, and anything I wrote on this topic would pale in comparison.
So listed below are the links to her four-part series “A Closer Look at CFLS.” I hope you appreciate the info as much as I did!
A Penny Closer – A Closer Look at CFLs