Why Christmas Laser Lights are Better Than Traditional Christmas Lights!!!

Why Christmas Laser Lights are Better Than Traditional Christmas Lights!!!
Christmas laser lights are quickly becoming standard equipment for people who take their Christmas lights seriously. Though a little bit more expensive than your standard string of bulbs, laser lights have several key advantages over traditional Christmas lights.  If you haven’t seen laser lights before, I urge you to check them out. Instead of stringing lights all over your house, they work by projecting laser light from a central unit. The laser scans over your house, creating spots that look as good as – and sometimes better – than standard bulbs.
The advantages this technology brings are numerous, but can be broken down into three key areas.  Using laser projector at Christmas means you are not going to fall off a ladder, in the long run they will save you money on your electric bill, and ultimately you will be able to achieve a better display.
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Using laser projector at Christmas means you are not going to fall off a ladder, in the long run they will save you money on your electric bill, and ultimately you will be able to achieve a better display.  
Safety First and foremost, laser lights are simply safer than stringing traditional bulbs over your house.  Quite a few accidents are caused every year by people falling off ladders whilst putting up Christmas lights, and the reasons are not hard to imagine – you are climbing a tall ladder, holding a heavy and awkward string of lights, at a time of the year when the weather is icy.  A laser light set up avoids all of these potential dangers. Laser lights are easy to set up and program, and you never have to leave the safety of the ground. Trust me, your family will appreciate not having to worry about you falling off a ladder.
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Lower Cost 
Whilst the initial investment of laser Christmas lights is a little bit more than standard bulbs, in the long run laser lights will save you money. Most modern laser light set ups use LED lasers, which are a lot more efficient than standard bulbs, saving you money on your electricity bill.  And in addition, with a laser light set up you never have to worry about replacing bulbs again. With all the light produced by a single projector, maintenance is a lot easier and less expensive. And whilst replacement bulbs for laser lights are more expensive than traditional bulbs, in truth you will never really need to replace an LED laser bulb.
A Better Display
 Perhaps most importantly, Christmas laser lights can make your light display a lot more impressive than with traditional lights. With a good laser projector, you have an almost unlimited range of options as to light color, intensity, and pattern. Plus, of course, using laser light means you can have lights in places that traditional bulbs cannot be placed.  And if you take your Christmas lights very seriously, the level of customization available with laser lights means that once you have tried them, you will never go back to traditional bulbs. Spend a few hours programming your own light show, and you will be able to achieve a truly unique spectacle that will quickly make your house the best-decorated in the neighborhood.
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By Marie Moody

Married to my Soulmate. Mother of 4, grandmother of 12, and great-grandmother of 2 and owner of 1 demanding black lab & I'm a retired Legal Assistant & pianist. I am also on disability due to Spinal Stenosis. I am now a blogger which I love very much & it keeps me busy & I also enjoy crocheting.

1 comment

  1. I think my mother should do this. I think it is too much for her to do it herself now, nor do I think she should hire someone to do it. This is the simplest solution to a fun and bright way of decorating.

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