Does anyone know what to do about a rural older house where incandescent lightbulbs are continually burning out and/or popping? No sooner do we change one bulb in our house than another burns out and/or pops. We tried to research the cause and fix for this, but couldn't really come up with anything other than our house has "dirty electricity". Its gotten to the point where we just stopped changing the light bulbs. For instance, if we put in a fresh bulb on our back porch it only lasts a week, and with minimal usage. For some reason our halogen lightbulbs and florescent bulbs don't burn out. Opinions? Thanks!