Monday, December 17, 2018

Holiday Energy-Saving Tips for Businesses

Here are easy ways on how you can cut energy costs this festive season.

Holiday Energy-Saving Tips for Businesses | AffordableLED.com

Power costs double and sometimes even triple during the holidays. This is because of holiday decors such as fairy lights and other Christmas ornaments that need power. You don’t have to be like the Grinch just to save on energy costs, as there are a few ways that you can do. This week, we listed down three easy ways on how you can make it easy for your bank accounts this holiday season.


Decorate with LED string lights.


Decorate with LED string lights to cut costs | AffordableLED.com

Get rid of your old fluorescent fairy lights and invest in LED ones. LEDs, as we always mentioned, use way less energy all the while shining brighter than traditional lighting. Aside from that, they are also much safer, as these lights do not emit heat. That said, there is no risk of your decors catching fire.


Use your LED signs as decors.


Use LED signs as decors to cut down on energy costs | AffordableLED.com
Don’t turn your outdoor scrolling LED sign off at night. Instead, program heartwarming Christmas messages and make passers-by smile! This is a great alternative to fairy lights if you really want to cut down on costs. LED signs, especially those units that have three or more colors are also very bright and flashy, as with colorful Christmas lights.


Use decors that don’t need power.


Use decors that don’t need power to save energy these holidays | AffordableLED.com

Instead of getting decors that use power like those talking and singing Santa statues in malls, opt for ones that don’t need electricity. You can get ornaments that are glittery or sequined, as they can still give off sparkles in the dark. Decorate with just a few decors that need power and invest in traditional ornaments with sparkly designs.

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Do you have any energy-saving suggestions for businesses? Do share! Feel free to speak your mind in the comments section below. Happy Holidays!



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