Orlando, FL (PRWEB) December 15, 2012
HomeFun.co encourages all households to be festive and creative with holiday decorating. At the same time, the site advises families to keep safety and energy conservation in mind while lighting up this Christmastime. To that end, according the the Niagara Gazette, one of the most popular recommendations this season has been LED lighting – a safer and more energy-efficient alternative to standard tree lights.
Until recently, LED lights were expensive and generally hard to find on the holiday supply market. While they still cost twice as much as standard tree lights, their longer lifespan and energy efficiency will ultimately repay the difference. Whereas traditional lights offer around 1,500 hours, LEDs can power on for upwards of 100,000 hours of Christmas home entertainment.
LED lights are also stronger and generally safer than their standard counterparts. Made from indestructible epoxy lenses, LED lights are not prone to overheat through extended usage. Around trees, reefs, shelves, windows and overhangs, LEDs drastically reduce the circuitry hazards posed by standard lighting.
For numerous practical concerns, LED lights are a wise investment for anyone who decorates for the holidays. To maximize the energy savings and safety benefits even further, people are advised to reserve the use of LEDs to prime time hours of the evening. Since LEDs provide plenty of light for general room navigation, families can turn off all other lights while spending quality time together after nightfall watching dish network channels.
HomeFun.co encourages families to celebrate Christmas in the best of conscience. By decorating with LED lights, families can save on energy and cut down on risks that are sometimes associated with holiday lighting.
HomeFun.co is a place where parents can come for new ideas on keeping kids healthy, motivated and energized. From recreational activities and studies to quality time during the holidays, the site provides tips that can help families maximize the best of all seasons.