• [ December 7, 2012 ]
  • Light your home with LED Christmas lights this holiday season

If you are planning on decorating your home this holiday season, consider using energy saving LED lights rather than traditional incandescent lights.

Here are some facts on the savings LED Christmas lights offer, according to Energy Star testing and Christmas Lights Etc:

  • 140 LED lights can be powered using the same energy as a single watt incandescent bulb—roughly the equivalent of two LED light strings compared to a single incandescent bulb!
  • A string of LED Christmas lights save 80 to 90 percent more energy than traditional Christmas lights.
  • LED Christmas lights are designed to last for 50,000 to 200,000 hours, have no burn out factor, and unbreakable plastic bulbs. Incandescent Christmas lights are designed to last 3,000 hours, and glass bulbs are easily broken.

In addition, LED Christmas lights are good for the environment because they have long life expectancies—resulting in reduced annual disposal of lights and packaging.

Learn more about the benefits of switching to LED Christmas lights and where to purchase LED products at Christmas Lights Etc.






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