You’ve probably heard that LED lights are superior to traditional incandescent bulbs, but you may not know why. In today’s post, we’re going to take an in-depth look at the many benefits of LED Christmas lights. Check out the video below for a quick summary, and continue reading below the video for more extensive information!
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Why You Should Use LED Christmas Lights
LEDs Are Cost-Efficient
There’s no getting around the fact that the Christmas season can be expensive. Between shopping for gifts, traveling, and preparing for parties, it’s easy to max out your Christmas budget well before the big day rolls around.
While you can certainly save money by shopping and booking your travel accommodations in advance, you can also save money by investing in LED Christmas lights. LED lights have a higher upfront cost than traditional incandescent Christmas lights, but you’ll save a great deal of money in the long run due to their efficiency. In fact, LEDs use approximately 75% less energy than incandescent bulbs! Moreover, because LED bulbs don’t burn out, you can count on them illuminating your home with Christmas cheer for up to 25 times longer than incandescent lights. Between saving on your December utility bill and the durability of LED Christmas lights, you’ll have plenty left in your stockings!
LEDs Help the Environment
As we noted in the previous section, LEDs are one of the most energy-efficient lighting choices you can make. They also require fewer resources to produce and emit fewer greenhouse gases during the manufacturing process, making them a smart choice for anyone looking to reduce their environmental footprint around the holidays.
LEDs Are Durable
Have you ever pulled incandescent bulbs out of storage, only to discover that several bulbs have broken or stopped working since last Christmas? We’ve been there, and we know how frustrating — and expensive — it can be to run out to a big-box store for a last-minute purchase during the peak of the Christmas rush.
On average, incandescent lights last for approximately 1,000 hours before they need to be replaced. LEDs, on the other hand, last for approximately 50,000. That’s 2,083 days in total! However, most people only use their Christmas lights for eight hours a day. At this rate, you would be able to enjoy your LED Christmas lights for 6,250 days!
All of the math aside, if you’re tired of dealing with broken and burned out bulbs, then make the switch to LED Christmas lights.
LEDs Don’t Heat Up
Whether you’re hanging lights from your roof, on a tree, or along a banister, the last thing you want is too much heat. The risk of incandescent lights catching fire is low, but you shouldn’t take chances when it comes to your home. Whether you forget to turn off your LED Christmas lights during the night or you want to be able to leave your lights on while you’re away without worrying, LEDs will remain cool for extended periods of time and provide you with the peace of mind you deserve.
LEDs Are Bright Enough to Catch Santa’s Attention
At The Christmas Light Emporium, we firmly believe that if you’re going to decorate your home with LED Christmas lights, you should go all-out and create something truly spectacular. Incandescent lights lose their luster and become dull quickly, but LEDs will remain vibrant and eye-catching for years on end. If you want Santa to be able to see your home while he’s soaring above the clouds, then invest in LEDs!
Make Your Investment Today!
We hope that today’s blog post has helped you to understand why LED Christmas lights are a smart long-term investment. We’ll be posting helpful resources, fun recipe ideas, and more merry content in the coming weeks and months. Bookmark our blog and check back frequently so you don’t miss out! Our YouTube channel is also filled with helpful resources and fun-filled videos, so be sure to subscribe if you enjoyed the video above.
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