When your fluorescent lights go out, take a close look at your existing bulbs and your fixture before picking up new ones. BulbAmerica's tutorial videos will also help you to identify exactly which type of bulb that you need depending on the base and type of fixture. If you require double tube 2-pin G24d-1 bulbs, then explore the options available here to find the right bulb for your home or office.

With a G24d-1 base, consider options like the Philips 13w 2700K PL-C ALTO. This fluorescent light bulb uses 13 watts and emits a warm white color. Expected to last an average of 10,000 hours, this bulb will not need to be replaced any time soon.

If you are unsure of the type of bulb for your lights, first examine the base. It is essential that the base of the fixture and the bulbs line up or you will not be able to install the bulb. Once you have resolved the base and determined whether you want a single, double or quadruple tube, then you can begin to look at wattage and color to make a more subjective decision. Find the light bulbs that meet your requirements from BulbAmerica.