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Incandescent vs. LED: What Option Is Best for Your Holiday Lighting Display?

When it comes to deciding on what to use for your holiday light display, you have a few considerations to make. An important one is if you should use incandescent or LED bulbs. Which is the best option? Is one safer than the other? What about efficiency? Is one more affordable than the other?

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Picking the Best Holiday Lights for Your Home

If you want to pick the right lights for your holiday display, knowing the answers to these questions is key. Keep reading to learn more about each type of light to make an informed decision regarding the one that best suits your needs. Get a FREE ESTIMATE here.

Benefits Offered by LED Holiday Lighting In the past few years, the popularity of LED has grown significantly. Today, LEDs are the bulbs of choice for most lighting fixtures and purposes. If you wonder why, consider the facts here:

  • Eco-Friendly: LEDs are not designed with any type of toxic chemicals, such as mercury, which is used in fluorescents. Also, LED bulbs can last much longer than incandescent bulbs.

  • Energy-Efficient: If you want to save money this season, LED bulbs are a smart option. For example, incandescent bulbs have approximately 20% efficiency, while LEDs are up to 90% efficient. This means more lighting power with reduced utility costs.

  • Long-Lasting: LEDs provide up to 100K hours of light.

Saving Time And Money with Trimlight

This sounds good, right?

However, before making a move from traditional incandescent lights to LED bulbs, you should consider a few things. See how Trimlight works here.

What Is the Current Condition of Your Incandescent Holiday Lights?

LED lights require you to invest. As a result, you want to ensure it is time to replace your holiday lights.

It is best to use your incandescent lights until they no longer work. This is going to ensure you are not creating more waste than necessary. Along with making sure the lights work, you should consider how long you have had them. Most light strands will last for around four to six years. Get a FREE ESTIMATE here.

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