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Christmas Lights

If you ask most people which holiday they associate most with lights, there is no doubt that the majority of them would say Christmas. Christmas lights display after Christmas lights display can be seen in neighbourhoods everywhere during the end of November and throughout December. Christmas lights and more adorn houses – inflatable Christmas characters alongside miles of string lights and some very crazy Christmas lights! There are many, many different kinds of Christmas lights – ones for the tree and interior of the home, including for your walls and your windows, as well as lights for the exterior of your home that are weather-proof and can be used on roofs, fencing, on porches, and in trees.

Types of Light
Some types of Christmas lights include things like string, net and curtain lights. Within these categories you can buy solar powered lights, battery operated lights and mains operated lights. More choices include things like regular bulbs or LED lights – LED lights are renowned for their longevity and energy efficiency. Your lights can be on strings of different coloured wire – black, green, clear, or they can be in plastic tubing. You can get Christmas lights that have little Christmas character shaped lightshades on them. You will have to do a little research if you want to get the best Christmas lights for your money, but a safe bet is going to a reputable Christmas decorations dealer such as Christmas Kingdom!

What Are They For?
One important consideration you should make prior to buying them is what purpose they will serve once you start to hang Christmas lights. Are they for your Christmas tree? If so, maybe you can get multi-coloured ones. Are they for the interior walls and crevices of your home? Then maybe you have a decorative theme you need to adhere to so that everything looks in its place. If they are for your exterior, you should consider how difficult it will be to put them up and what weather conditions they will be exposed to.

DAYS Til Santa!