Save on the Power Bill

The holiday spirit is never complete without a few decorations and lights. Many of us are getting ready to fill our homes with lights and holiday cheer, but once the holidays are over, the power bill becomes a really big concern. Just because you want to light up your home for the holidays doesn’t mean that you have to pay a lot for power. Here are a few tips to help you cut power cost and enjoy your merry, bright holidays. 

Use LEDs The best thing about LED holiday lights is they glow brighter and they last much longer than those inexpensive holiday lights. An LED holiday light can last you a good couple of years, and they’re stylish enough to be used for decoration anytime of the year. They also use a fraction of the power regular holiday lights need. 

Time your lights Try to stick with a schedule on when you turn your decorative lights on or off. You can actually but one of those timers and set so your decorations will turn on and off at certain times. This is ideal especially if you’re going out or go to work at night and want to make sure your lights turn off while you’re away. Timers are inexpensive and they definitely save you a lot of money.

More sparkle You don’t need to overload your house with lights to make it look good. Try using something with a lot of sparkle in it. Crystals, glitters, anything metallic and shiny can make your home look light up without actually using lights. Be creative and use something that you wouldn’t expect to turn into a wonderful holiday decoration. 

Don’t go crazy Some of us have a tendency to go crazy over holiday decorations. A lot would buy meters of holiday lights and very bright ornament made from LED bulbs to get people’s attention. Try to go minimalistic this year and limit yourself from using too much. For questions andinquiries, feel free to contact our customer support hotline.

 

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