Sunday, October 27, 2013

Slashing Your Electric Bill This Christmas - Using LED Lights!

Christmas is less than 58 days away, and many of us may already be planning our light displays. They are a variety of options and that cost to purchase light strands is not very cheap.

While the cheaper incandescent option look better to the wallet and bank account (initially), there are other factors to consider.

According to the infographic below, you could be spending way more than you have to on your electric bill. Although LED lights are more expensive than incandescents, the cost of running them is far below the cost to run incandescents.

LEDs also run with lower wattage, longer life-spans, you can connect more strings, and you never have to replace bulbs. By saving on electricity, you will have more money to spend on those you care for and less financial stress to enjoy the Christmas season!

Do you decorate your house for Christmas? How do you make sure that you are not using too much electricity?


  1. This is such a great informative post. I have always like the idea of LED lights, but was concerned about the initial price. After reading this I see how it is a good investment to spend the money up front to save money in the long run. Also the LED lights seem safer and last longer. Thanks for this information.

  2. Love the info graphic! We made the switch to LED Christmas lights, and we are happy with it! It's awesome to see the savings on the info graphic, and I had no idea you could connect up to 43 strings of lights with LED's, compared to the standard light's 5 strings. Thanks for sharing!

  3. This is nice inforgraphic regarding to save the electricity as using LED will no doubt save 20% electricity in every home thus lowering the electricity bill payment , for more information visit -

  4. Decoration is necessary on every occasion but what all the most important is the led spotlight for home


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