Holiday Lights

Incandescent lighting has been the head honcho on the holiday lighting scene for over 100 years. But they have had a little competition over the last three holiday seasons as LED lighting has stepped into the spotlight.

Although LED technology has been around since the 1970s, these lights have just started to increase in popularity over the last three years, available in most retail stores and over the Internet.

LED lighting is preferred over incandescent lights because…

•      LED lights are environmentally friendly: These lights use a small amount of energy, making them the environmentally responsible choice this Christmas season.

•      LED lights are energy efficient: These lights use 90% less energy than incandescent lights.

•      LED lights are safe: These lights operate at just 1 degree above room temperature. Incandescent lights, on the other hand, are responsible for over 300 house fires a year.

•      LED lights are durable: These lights will last for 50,000 hours or more compared to about 2,000 for standard incandescent lamps.

While LED lights are more expensive than incandescent lights, these costs will pay for themselves in just a few short seasons. The average homeowner saves between 12 and 70 dollars every year just by making the switch to LED holiday lights.

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