Where Do Recessed Lights Go In Small Kitchens?

Where Do Recessed Lights Go In Small Kitchens?

A small kitchen is challenging to light, especially if there isn’t good natural lighting. While pendant lights are an excellent choice, recessed lighting can provide great illumination. Small kitchens benefit from recessed lighting because these lights do not take up as much space as hanging fixtures. Recessed lights provide general illumination for the kitchen and … Read more

How To Tell If A Light Bulb Is A Camera?

How To Tell If A Light Bulb Is A Camera?

Hidden cameras are the perfect solution for people who wants to monitor their surroundings without the presence of an overt surveillance camera. Light bulb cameras are a cost-effective way to hide cameras in plain sight and provide a sense of security. However, it is important to consider the legal aspects of installing light bulb cameras … Read more

Why Does My Ceiling Fan Keep Blowing Light Bulbs?

Why Does My Ceiling Fan Keep Blowing Light Bulbs?

 Ceiling fans are a wonderful addition to your home. These fans are more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly than air conditioning. Most ceiling fans have a light bulb socket that serves as lighting. Usually, they have two light bulbs, but some have more. It is a big misconception that you can use regular light bulbs in … Read more

Can You Lubricate A Light Bulb Socket?

Can You Lubricate A light bulb socket

 Writing about light socket lubricant seems strange to me. But it is a real problem. Many people, myself included, have had trouble unscrewing a light bulb from its socket. It’s either too tight or there’s a grinding noise.  According to eHow, when a light bulb isn’t screwed in properly, air can get in. This can destroy … Read more

Which Light Bulbs Produce The Least Heat?

Which Light Bulbs Produce The Least Heat?

Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are the most energy-efficient lighting option on the market. When you turn on a light bulb, it generates heat. This heat is then converted into light using electricity. Incandescent bulbs generate the most heat, followed by compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). But LEDs are in a whole different class. According to HomeEnergy.org, an … Read more