My first large-scale experience with LED lights is when I decided to get an electrician to add new fans in the bedrooms and replace all the fluorescent lights in the house with brighter, more lasting lights. In some places like the living room, I added extra double lights which make the whole area very bright. There was not much work required for replacing fluorescent with LED lights but working with LED strips for the kitchen cabinet is going to be different. Photo by Max Rahubovskiy.
All new cars these days come with a keyless alarm system which takes away the need to have the physical key and some even have PKE or passive keyless entry alarm system. Add that with a large Android entertainment system, digital dashboard, cameras and multiple USB ports, one has to wonder how taxing it will be on the electrical systems of the car. Image source: Asm Arif/Pexel.
Solar panels on the roofs of every home will go a long way to reducing the cost of energy in this country but we have yet to have the space or the money for this project for now. However, there are other things we did that improved productivity and cut costs at home. Image source: http://www.eurocosm.com/
Disclaimer: Making things easy at home does not mean they will be cheap. Some “investments” will be required.
Unlike car keys in the olden days, modern car keys are sensitive, high-tech with many functions, and unfortunately not cheap when it comes to getting replaced or serviced. At times, it is a nightmare as the car cannot be started without a working car key & the electronics inside. Image source: Pexel /Mike B
When there is a fault in the electrical systems in the house, it pays greatly to have some background knowledge on using the right tools and what the different colours of the electrical cables mean. Thankfully the electrical semantics at home is not so completed when it comes to changing the bulb or adding electrical appliances to an existing setup. Image source: Flickr.