quinta, 06 de dezembro de 2007

LED Lights for Christmas and Holidays – Choose Energy Efficient LEDs

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Save energy, and money, this holiday season by switching your old strands of incandescent bulbs with new LEDs (light emitting diodes).

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Appearing during the darkest time of the year, holiday lights brighten hearts, as well as neighborhoods and landscapes. The good news is LEDs use a fraction of the energy of conventional light bulbs (up to about 15% currently), and they last for many years. Based on semiconductors, they’re cool to the touch and extremely durable, meaning they are great for many applications (especially where there is a fire hazard).

In the past, LEDs have been relatively expensive, but prices have been steadily coming down. Today, a strand of LED holiday lights typically goes for between $20 and $30. They are available in a wide range of colors and styles, from icicles to snowflakes and more, and can be ordered online, from local hardware stores or big box retailers like Home Depot, Lowe’s, Target and Big Lots.

HolidayLeds.com will even take back your old incandescent strands. The first 100 participants will receive one free set of LED lights, and the next 100 will receive a 10% coupon.

Learn more about LED holiday lights and check out our gallery of great new styles.

Source: The Green Daily http://www.thedailygreen.com/going-green/tips/led-holidays-christmas-lights?src=nl&mag=tdg&list=dgr&kw=ist

 

 

Save energy, and money, this holiday season by switching your old strands of incandescent bulbs with new LEDs (light emitting diodes).

salve23

Appearing during the darkest time of the year, holiday lights brighten hearts, as well as neighborhoods and landscapes. The good news is LEDs use a fraction of the energy of conventional light bulbs (up to about 15% currently), and they last for many years. Based on semiconductors, they’re cool to the touch and extremely durable, meaning they are great for many applications (especially where there is a fire hazard).

In the past, LEDs have been relatively expensive, but prices have been steadily coming down. Today, a strand of LED holiday lights typically goes for between $20 and $30. They are available in a wide range of colors and styles, from icicles to snowflakes and more, and can be ordered online, from local hardware stores or big box retailers like Home Depot, Lowe’s, Target and Big Lots.

HolidayLeds.com will even take back your old incandescent strands. The first 100 participants will receive one free set of LED lights, and the next 100 will receive a 10% coupon.

Learn more about LED holiday lights and check out our gallery of great new styles.

Source: The Green Daily http://www.thedailygreen.com/going-green/tips/led-holidays-christmas-lights?src=nl&mag=tdg&list=dgr&kw=ist

 

 

Save energy, and money, this holiday season by switching your old strands of incandescent bulbs with new LEDs (light emitting diodes).

salve23

Appearing during the darkest time of the year, holiday lights brighten hearts, as well as neighborhoods and landscapes. The good news is LEDs use a fraction of the energy of conventional light bulbs (up to about 15% currently), and they last for many years. Based on semiconductors, they’re cool to the touch and extremely durable, meaning they are great for many applications (especially where there is a fire hazard).

In the past, LEDs have been relatively expensive, but prices have been steadily coming down. Today, a strand of LED holiday lights typically goes for between $20 and $30. They are available in a wide range of colors and styles, from icicles to snowflakes and more, and can be ordered online, from local hardware stores or big box retailers like Home Depot, Lowe’s, Target and Big Lots.

HolidayLeds.com will even take back your old incandescent strands. The first 100 participants will receive one free set of LED lights, and the next 100 will receive a 10% coupon.

Learn more about LED holiday lights and check out our gallery of great new styles.

Source: The Green Daily http://www.thedailygreen.com/going-green/tips/led-holidays-christmas-lights?src=nl&mag=tdg&list=dgr&kw=ist

 

 



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