Investing in energy saving light bulbs could see homeowners keeping back between £45 and £70 each year, as an industry expert has said they "last up to ten times longer" than traditional products.
Speaking to Directgov, Robert Bell of the Energy Saving Trust noted that there is "no excuse for not having energy-saving lights in your home", stating that they are now available in a wide range of styles, sizes and shapes.
He made this observation ahead of Energy Saving Week - taking place from October 25th to the 31st - and added that there are other ways to help take control of bills and energy consumption.
These include having lofts property insulated, which should shave approximately £145 off heating price tags, while upgrading boilers that are around 15 years old could also prove beneficial.
Similarly, price comparison website moneysupermarket.com recently noted that low energy downlights could help people save up to £40 over the lifetime of the bulb.