30 Jul '11, 10pm

Green Building Q&A: Lighting

Looking for good quantity and quality lighting. I currently rely mainly on halogen bulbs. My personal experience with CFL's is not very good. Granted that I may not be using the latest and greatest but I personally have problems with the light quality and the bulbs at my house suffer from slow startup. Should I look at a certain CFL bulb? CFL fixtures? What about recessed can and track lighting? Best choices? Fan bulbs? incandescents there? Is there advantages to low voltage halogen lighting systems? Is LV better or worse than line voltage? Why aren't xenon bulbs more popular?

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