Lenexa, KS (PRWEB) October 16, 2008
Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. is proud to announce the grand opening of its new showroom at their 14821 W. 99th Street location. Increased dramatically in size, the new Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. showroom allows them to display their full line of products for the first time. Customers who have shopped at Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. for years will be surprised by how extensive their product line really is. The new showroom displays samples of the over 6000 light bulb types stocked by Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. Residential and commercial customers are welcome to browse the showroom or seek the expert advice of the Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. staff.
Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. dedicates a large portion of its showroom towards educating customers on compact fluorescent light bulb technology. The staff at Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. is dedicated to promoting CFL technology and can answer any questions consumers and contractors might have concerning compact fluorescent light bulbs. Some common questions addressed at the Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. showroom through hands-on displays concern:
Color Temperature: What colors of light are produced by a CFL and which colors are best for my application? Customers may view a wide range of fluorescent color temperatures in their various displays. These displays demonstrate how compact fluorescents are manufactured to replicate standard incandescent light, halogen light, or produce full spectrum lighting for tasks such as sewing and reading.
Lumen Equivalency: What wattage of energy saving CFL can I use to replace my existing light bulbs? Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. carries compact fluorescent light bulbs that range is wattage from 2 watts (a 15 watt incandescent equivalent) to 105 watts (a 500 watt equivalent).
Shape and Application: Are there compact fluorescent light bulbs that look like my existing bulbs? Which compact fluorescents can be used outdoors or in enclosed fixtures? Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. carries numerous shapes of compact fluorescent light bulbs. These shapes include spirals, A-shapes, globes, torpedoes, and floods. They also carry CFL light bulbs that may be used outdoors and are appropriate for direct exposure to the elements.
Recycling and Mercury Content: What happens when a CFL burns out or breaks? Light Bulb Etc., Inc. will help you understand the simple EPA recommendations for cleaning up broken CFL light bulbs, and they will also help you recycle your burned out compact fluorescent light bulbs. Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. will recycle your burned out compact fluorescent light bulbs for only $.50 each, and they will waive that fee if you replace your burnt out CFL at their store.
Dimming: Which CFL bulbs may be dimmed? Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. carries an extensive line of dimming compact fluorescent light bulbs. At the Light Bulbs Etc., Inc. showroom customers may operate dimming CFL light bulbs on their dimming displays.
Beginning August 18th Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. began its first ever radio advertising campaign to announce its new showroom. The campaign can be heard on radio stations KMBZ 980 and 610 Sports in Kansas City, and features radio personality Mike Shannin as the Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. spokesperson. Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. will also sponsor the High School Football Game of the Week on 610. Listen for the new Light Bulbs Etc, Inc. slogan: We don't know much, but we sure know light bulbs!