Make Your Winter Brighter and Warmer

Just because the days are getting darker and colder doesn’t mean your home has to as well. Allow us to share some ways you can turn this season into a winter of savings.

If you’re looking to brighten up your winter nights while saving some money, then look no further than LED bulbs.

Why upgrade to LEDs?

  • They use up to 90% less energy than standard bulbs.*
  • They last at least 15 times longer.*
  • They come in a variety of styles, lumens and colors.
  • Each bulb can save you about $55 in electricity costs over its lifetime.*

If you’re looking to beat the cold snap of winter while lowering your energy usage at home, then consider installing pipe insulation wrap. It reduces heat loss from your hot water pipes, so you can save more.

Interested in some winter savings? FOCUS ON ENERGY® offers FREE energy-saving packs filled with useful home products, like LEDs, pipe insulation and more, delivered straight to your doorstep. Our Focus on Energy Online Marketplace also has great deals all season long on LEDs and other energy-efficient devices.


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