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Ask the expert: **Attention all readers!!!! If you have a plumbing or heating question, please call our office! We may use your question in the paper! ** Q I have changed out LED light bulbs in my house and they are all different colors, some are really bright white, some almost blue, some are just right... is there any regulation on this? I would like to have the “right or correct” hue of light and would like them all to match throughout. - Kelly F A Good morning Kelly - Units of degrees of light are measured in kelvins, between 1000 and 10000. A home typically has a comfortable light measure of 3000-3500 kelvins (i.e. 3300k) per light fixture. The higher the kelvin number, the whiter or more blue the light will be. Upon purchasing an LED bulb, look on the box for the kelvin number to be sure they are all the same light tone. Now, in a workshop setting, you may want a 5000k bulb. If you aren’t sure or need help with this or have any other electrical needs, please call our office and we can send our electrician out to help. 262-989-1001 “Your one stop shop” Wes Rosenberg, Owner/Master Plumber 262-989-1001