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Light bulbs brighten any area and set an aesthetic tone for your space. Try to buy bulbs with the desired effect of your facility in mind. Those with an expected life of 8,000 to 24,000 hours provide reliable performance over a long period of time. Packs of two, three, four or six identical bulbs ensure consistency within a multi-bulb light fixture or across a store or other facility. Consider choosing a light intensity and you can select an appropriate wattage for your fixtures, while stocking up on packs of varied types of light bulbs so it's easy to swap them out as needed.
Traditional incandescent bulbs fit into most standard bulb sockets, ranging in size from small appliance bulbs to large floodlight bulbs. Classic incandescent bulbs produce a soft, warm light that can make a room feel inviting and familiar. Bulbs that dim and three-way bulbs work with compatible light fixtures so you can precisely control light levels in the room, while high-intensity bulbs are ideal for areas where extra illumination is needed. You can choose from soft white, cool white or natural light bulbs to get the specific effect you want.
Modern energy-efficient light bulbs help you save on energy, maintain an environmentally friendly area and reduce the need for frequent bulb changes. Fluorescent, halogen, CFL and LED bulbs can reduce energy costs while effectively illuminating your space. Many energy-efficient bulbs can work with existing light fixtures and lamps. Some feature curved designs to fit into tight spaces. LED bulbs with a variety of color options can change the feel of a room in seconds, and smart bulbs compatible with smart light fixtures are easily controlled through apps and programs. Halogen bulbs can deliver a crisp, intense white light ideal for detailed work. The cool white illumination of fluorescent bulbs can help ensure accurate color representation in an artistic or creative environment where specific shades and tones matter. Because energy-efficient bulbs typically have a lower wattage than traditional incandescent bulbs, it's easy to increase the available illumination in a room without exceeding the recommended maximum wattage of the fixture.
Track lighting, floodlights and recessed lighting require specialized bulbs. Garden lighting designed to draw attention to specific outdoor features at night often uses 12 volt bulbs, while overhead light panels in a kitchen or hallway might require the consistent illumination provided by fluorescent tubes. Floodlight bulbs can help maintain security by spreading light across a wide area. When you need a natural look, full-spectrum bulbs can provide a light level similar to daylight. For recessed lighting, a bulb designed for enclosed fixtures can help maintain safety. Stage lights, architectural fixtures and home exterior lighting may require specialized bulbs. Some types of bulbs shouldn't be included with your regular trash. Instead, consider using light bulb recycling kits to comply with disposal protocols.