Motion sensors could help you cut your light bills reports BLT

Thrifty homeowners looking to pinch pennies in the New Year are being encouraged to invest in motion sensors by a lighting expert company.

BLT Direct, an online supplier of a vast range of lighting solutions, is championing the benefits individuals could receive by investing in motion sensors that cut bills and reduce emissions by maintaining light at a constant level.

Steve Ellwood, Managing Director of BLT Direct said, “Most people are looking for ways that they can reduce their outgoings at home, particularly after Christmas when we’ve all spent far too much money on presents and socializing.

“Luckily, homeowners will be able to give their wallets a rest this year by investing in motion sensors for the home. These devices work by optimizing light levels and saving power as well as turns the lights on when a room is occupied and switches them off when people leave, meaning no lights are left on unnecessarily.

“Small changes around the home can lead to significant savings, and as well as motion sensors, anyone on a tight budget should also consider making the switch to LED lights.”

Motion sensors are well suited for a number of applications, particularly where movements are minimal or slow, so also work well in offices and classrooms.

Those looking to really cash in on the benefits of energy-efficient lighting can also choose LED light bulbs over the traditional incandescent options, which boast a number of different benefits.

LED lighting is a progressive light source that uses around 90% less power than incandescent bulbs. Because of this, those who install them in their home fixtures will find that their bills are cheaper and will also not need to change their bulbs as frequently.

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Created by Gary Baker on 29th January, 2018


Gary Baker

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