energy saving

Residential Energy Savers

Good Bye Incandescent Light Bulbs…Hello CFL and LED! Reduce your energy consumption and bill all while contributing towards a cleaner environment.



LEDs (light emitting diodes) look, feel and dim like incandescent, while reducing energy costs by up to 85%. Add that to a 50,000-hour life, which is close to 17 years (25 times longer than CFLs); and beautiful designs, including recessed and enclosed luminaries, and you’ll understand why LEDs are now sweeping the internal and external lighting markets. Look for the Energy Star label to ensure that you’re saving the maximum amount of energy with your purchase.

Yale offers a complete range of LED lighting options. Our lighting consultants can help you select the best solution for your home.



Dimmers are an effective lighting tool for adding beauty to your home. Dim the lights and an ordinary room becomes extraordinary. Lucky for you, dimming the lights also saves energy, reducing your monthly bill. Want to make your home green? Installing dimmers is an easy, effective way to start. Yale’s full array of dimmers, timers, and sensors allow you to add energy savings to one room or to your entire home. Dimmers can allow energy savings of up to 20%*. Your energy savings may qualify for federal and state rebates from stimulus funds, tax incentives and other programs that could provide extra assistance for your project.



CFLs (compact fluorescents) are the more cost effective solution when it comes to the initial purchase price. With nearly the same energy saving benefit as LEDs, it’s easy to see why CFLs have quickly become the replacement for the phased out Incandescent Bulbs. Look for the Energy Star label on your energy efficient lighting purchases. Yale offers a full range of CFLs in a variety of attractive styles for both interior and exterior lighting needs.

Browse our online catalog or visit one of our lighting showrooms in central and eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. Select from any of the categories below to begin your search.

*Heschong Mahone Group. 1999. Lighting Efficiency Technology Report. Prepared for the California Energy Commission.