Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 10:30:52 AM. Lamp. By Leala Nanette.
Of course, every improvement in energy efficiency helps. But for truly optimal savings, you must expand your thinking. Instead of focusing on improvements exclusively within the home, you should view your entire property as one energy-consuming unit. The lamp posts and lights in your garden, for example, are major electricity hogs that often get overlooked. Out-of-sight and out-of-mind, they're easy to forget - even by trained and licensed energy auditors. And yet, these very lights carry tremendous potential for long-term electricity bill reductions.
Place the ladder below the old lamp but slightly to the side so you can comfortably and safely reach its base on the ceiling. The old lamp is held in place by a nut just below its base, using the wrench loosen it and gently stretch the electric wires above. There should be two wires connected to the lamp and sometimes, not always, a ground wire sticking from the side of the base. Remember the ground screw is green most lamps have one even if it is not connected.
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