There is a good chance that you still have a few 60 watt incandescent light bulbs in your home. Even in the flurry to replace bulbs with CFL’s, they are most likely lurking in your table and floor lamps – the last bastion of familiar comfort lighting. The good news is that there are light bulb options that last longer, consume less energy, and provide up to 95% of the light output.

With the plans to phase out 60 watt incandescent light bulbs in the near future, it is a good idea to know what your alternatives are, not just for your lamps but for all of your household lighting needs…

Replacing That 60-Watt Light Bulb: A Cheat Sheet created by Pegasus Lighting.

When you’re considering cost, take into account the expected lifetime! Paying $25.70 every 23 years for one LED A19 is less expensive than paying $3.25 each year for a Halogen A19. The total for that Halogen A19 light bulb (and all its replacements) adds up to roughly $74.75 over 23 years.