LED Energy Efficiency

With the inevitable phase-out and ban of halogen bulbs in the coming years, the following pages provide everything you need to know about alternative lighting that will also save you money. Get in contact for more information on how we can optimise your home energy efficiency.

Lighting in the home can account for 60% of your energy bill. This is due to the fact that classic lightbulbs, such as incandescents and halogens are hugely inefficient. Modern LED bulbs now offer a range of benefits for a fraction of the energy consumption.

Incandescent Bulb

Power: 60 Watts
Lumens: 800
Life: 750 hours
Energy Cost Per Year: £8.76

Halogen Bulb

Power: 50 Watts
Lumens: 800
Life: 1500 hours
Energy Cost Per Year: £7.30

Compact fluorescent (CFL) bulb

Power: 15 Watts
Lumens: 800
Life: 10,000 hours
Energy Cost Per Year: £2.19

Light-emitting diode (LED) bulb

Power: 6.5 Watts
Lumens: 800
Life: 50,000 hours
Energy Cost Per Year: £0.95











Power consumption and cost calculated for 800 lumens and average use of 4 hours per day.
What are lumens? Check out our guide!