Because of the many advantages of solar Christmas lights, more and more people are switching to them with each passing year. Manufacturers have responded to the growing demand by producing all types of solar Christmas lights – solar string lights, net lights, icicle lights, path lights and many others. They all vary greatly in size, color, design, wattage and construction. They also vary greatly in quality and many times it is hard for the average consumer to determine if a holiday light is . . .
Imagine how easy Christmas would have been for Clark Griswold if only there had been an alternative to the tangled, complicated, high voltage display he used to impress his neighbors. If you too have ever found yourself at odds with your Christmas lights, whether it be the expensive electric bills or the unsightly extension cords, you might like to consider solar Christmas lights as a hassle-free alternative to deck the halls. Solar Christmas lights require no wiring installations so you can . . .
As Christmastime approaches, streets across the country soon glisten with the magical sight of Christmas lights. Such a magical sight comes at a price, however. For all the energy Christmas lights consume, money adds up on energy bills. Struggling to save during the holidays, many people switch to solar LED Christmas lights to deck the halls. Solar LED Christmas lights just might be the solar solution to save both energy and money during the holidays. Just how much can these lights save . . .
Solar powered Christmas lights have been bursting onto the scene for Christmas displays nationwide, but are they all they’re cut out to be? If you’re considering these solar decorations, it’s important to be solar savvy. Consider the following five disadvantages: 1. Initial Costs: While solar powered Christmas lights could save money in the long run on your energy bill, the initial cost is generally higher than traditional incandescent lights. On average, forty feet of solar LED . . .
As the holidays near, the familiar sight of Christmas lights soon appears. The not-so-familiar sight that’s starting to take its place: solar powered Christmas lights. Solar powered Christmas lights are quickly emerging in Christmas displays nationwide, so just why are these high-tech lights so popular? Consider these seven advantages: 1. Simple Setup: Unlike installing electric lights, with solar lights you don’t have to worry about power outlets and cords; that means you can decorate . . .