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Holiday Lighting

From simple light strands to full animated displays, REAMS has your holiday decorating covered.  With full holiday lighting lines from Brite Ideas and Seasonal Source, REAMS can help you with any of your holiday lighting needs.  Choose from the latest in energy-efficient LED light sets and displays, LED retrofit lamps, greenery, wreaths, trees, and more.  Throw in the accessories and REAMS is your one stop shop for your Holiday Lighting projects.

Holiday lights on a home at night.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When selecting holiday lights, it’s important to measure the area where you want to place them to determine the appropriate length. Make sure to choose lights that are specifically designed for outdoor use, and select the appropriate bulb size for the area you are lighting. For example, larger bulbs may be more suitable for trees or bushes, while smaller bulbs may be better for outlining windows and doors.

It’s important to follow safety guidelines when installing holiday lights to prevent electrical hazards and other accidents. Make sure to use outdoor-rated extension cords and outlets, and avoid overloading circuits. Use clips or other mounting hardware to securely attach lights to surfaces, and avoid placing lights in areas where they could be damaged or cause a tripping hazard.

Proper storage of holiday lights can help extend their lifespan and prevent damage. Make sure to untangle the lights and wrap them around a storage reel or cardboard tube. Store lights in a cool, dry place away from sunlight and moisture, and avoid placing heavy objects on top of them.

If your holiday lights are not working properly, it could be due to a number of issues such as blown fuses, broken bulbs, or faulty wiring. Begin by checking the connections and fuses, replacing any that are damaged or burnt out. If this doesn’t solve the problem, check each individual bulb to see if any are broken or loose.

To make your holiday lights more energy-efficient, consider switching to LED lights, which use significantly less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs. You can also use timers or smart plugs to control the amount of time the lights are on, and avoid leaving them on all night or during the day when they are not needed. Additionally, consider using solar-powered lights or battery-operated lights for areas where electrical outlets are not readily available.

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