The Guide to Low-Efficiency Bulbs Suitable for Each Room

Low-energy bulbs significantly reduce your electricity bill. But they have to be adapted to each piece to be effective. Switching to low-energy light bulbs is not easy because their powers are not the same. Depending on the type of room they illuminate in the house , you must choose your light bulbs before buying them. To know the power that it is advisable to use for each room of the house , I use the following correspondence:

How To Do

Light Bulb / Low Consumption Bulb

Input : 60 to 75 W / 9 to 25 W

Stay , Reading: 100 to 200 W / 9 to 25 W

Stay , Meals: 60 to 150 W / 9 to 25 W

Living Room , TV: 40 W / 5 to 9 W

Office , General: 40 to 100 W / 7 to 25 W

Office , Work: 75 to 100 W / 11 to 25 W

Bedroom , Bedside: 40 to 100 W / 7 to 25 W

Room , Games: 40 to 100 W / 9 to 25 W

Kitchen : 75 to 150 W / 7 to 25 W

Room Bathroom : 40 to 75 W / W 7-18

Toilets : 40 to 60 W / 9 to 15 W


And here, you are going to make real savings with low energy bulbs 🙂

With these indications, you will know what intensity should suit each room of the house. It is unnecessary to illuminate a corridor for example, while it is essential in the dining room. By choosing the right light intensity, you make great savings .

Savings Achieved

By helping me with this table of correspondence, I save electricity by using bulbs really adapted to

No more blisters that light too much, and especially that consume too much for nothing. A good way to become thrifty at home.

It should also be noted that low-energy light bulbs take time before lighting a room. So it should perhaps focus of conventional bulbs for parts crossing , the input type to qualify for the best lighting instantly. This prevents the light from being switched on too long to be sure to see clearly.