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Want to "Go Green" This Season With Your Outdoor Decorations?

LED lights deliver a brilliant holiday display, use less energy, and cost less to operate, making them a bright idea for eco-friendly decorating

LUBBOCK, TX - (Marketwired - October 18, 2016) - Home and business owners looking to literally "keep the green" in their holiday decorating choices can now work with professional holiday decorators that offer versatile LED lighting options. These "light emitting diode" bulbs have less impact on the environment because they require much less electricity to provide that holiday glow, according to the lighting and decorating specialists with the nation's largest professional holiday decorating network, Christmas Decor.

In fact, versatile LED lights are an excellent choice for holiday displays for a number of reasons, says Brandon Stephens, president of Christmas Decor. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, LED Christmas lights use 70 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs, which makes them more eco-friendly; they emit much less heat than incandescent bulbs, making them safer; and they burn more brightly, making them the perfect choice for brilliant outdoor displays.

"While we still offer incandescent lighting to our clients, we believe that LEDs offer substantial benefits in flexibility, durability, cost savings, and convenience," said Stephens. "Many of our clients do choose LED lighting to support an environmentally conscious lifestyle, but the versatility and beauty of LEDs really adds to our service package for all clients. It's a lighting option that continues to grow in popularity for our holiday decorating installations."

Whichever lighting option they choose, clients who work with a member of the Christmas Decor franchise network can count on an end-to-end outdoor decorating service that includes planning, installation, maintenance, take down, repair and storage. Each year's display looks fresh and new, incorporating the latest trends in greenery and proprietary holiday decorative items selected during an annual, personal design consultation.

Home and business owners who are interested in a turn-key solution to their holiday decorating chores need to act soon, says Stephens. "Our décor specialists are already gearing up for early installations, so it's important to reserve a time on their décor calendars soon for the widest selection of product and date options. Then just sit back and 'flip the switch' when you're ready to start the holiday season."

The Christmas Decor Franchise Network has been decorating homes and businesses since 1986. Operating in more than 350 markets in 48 states and Canada, the Christmas Decor Franchise Network focuses primarily on exterior decorating services, offering customized lighting displays, garlands, wreaths, and bows.

For more information on having Christmas Decor decorate your home or business, or to schedule an appointment for a consultation, please visit www.christmasdecor.net.

About Christmas Decor

Since its inception in 1986, Christmas Decor has risen to become the premier holiday lighting and decorating company in North America. The Texas-based company was founded by Blake Smith as an off-season supplement to his landscape business and as a method to provide year-round work for employees. Christmas Decor quickly emerged as a viable business opportunity and today, operates in more than 350 markets in 48 states and Canada. Plans are underway to open locations in more than 100 new markets through franchise expansion in select communities around the country. Christmas Decor is highly revered in its field and has received consistent recognition for its efforts; some highlights include having been named one of the Top Ten Home Improvement Franchises for 2008 by Entrepreneur Magazine and AOL Small Business.

SOURCE Christmas Decor


Brandon Stephens
Christmas Decor, Inc.
(806) 722-1225



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