LED lights are everywhere, from Christmas lights to your standard household bulbs. Manufactures and power companies across the country are hailing their qualities making you think they are the only options out there when it comes to lighting anything. But what our customers always want to know is should they switch to LED Christmas lights, what will be their cost savings and how long will their LED Christmas lights last?
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Using Christmas lights in wet or humid weather can be a frustrating task but with a few tips and tricks we can help you make the most of your Christmas light displays or ambient lighting even in wet weather.
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If you don't want to end up like the Griswold's you need to take the time to calculate your power available as well as how much power your lights will require. Don't take this step in your Christmas lighting plan lightly, make sure your safety comes first in all you do with Christmas lighting.