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What is the Difference Between Watts and Lumens?

Buying lightbulbs for your home has changed over recent years. We used to buy them based on what their wattage was. We knew the higher the wattage, the brighter the bulb. Right? Not really. The higher wattages don’t refer to the brightness. It refers to the energy used. But with LED lights, we need to know the difference between wattages and Lumens. read more

Why You Should Consider Installing Motion Sensor Lights

Through the years, there have been more than a few life-changing inventions. However, none have changed the world as much as the invention of the light bulb. Since the bulbs were first invented, several advances have occurred, just like with computers, televisions, telephones, and more. Here you can learn more about one type of light specifically – motion sensor lights and all the benefits they offer both commercial and residential property owners. read more

Why Using LED Light Bulbs Is a Bright Idea

Have you noticed your neighbors swapping out conventional incandescent lights with LED lights? You may wonder if this is just a trend or if making the switch is truly saving Kansas City homeowners on their electric bills. In order to help homeowners make an informed decision, Fusion Electric is breaking down this bright idea and all the benefits that come with…

A Bright New Trend: Edison Bulbs

In recent years, the Edison bulb, also known as a filament bulb, has made a major comeback. They come in many different shapes, sizes and looks, but they are all known for adding a charming glow and an unforgettable ambiance to any setting. This retro bulb is all the rage in restaurants and homes across the country, and is now…

How to Switch Your Home to Energy-Efficient Lighting

Did you know that the average household dedicates about 5% of its annual energy budget to lighting? That might not seem like that much, but in the scheme of things it really adds up. According to the US Energy Information Administration, the average household consumes about 909 kilowatthours (kWh) a month. The average costs of a kWh is about 10…