Solar Powered Christmas Lights

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Are you searching for a "greener" way to deck the halls this holiday season? If so, investing in solar powered Christmas lights is a great way to show your holiday spirit and your unending love for our sacred environment. It's so important to do your part when it comes to saving the Earth. When you couple that with displaying Christmas decorations outside your house, you are sending a radiant positive message to your whole neighborhood.
I think we can all agree that if Jesus was decorating his house today, he would most certainly choose solar powered Christmas lights to show his holiday spirit. After all, he is the reason for the season, so we all need to remember what is most important about this special holiday. When we follow in the footsteps of Jesus and President Obama, how can we go wrong?

Even in the winter, these lights will shine for most of the night. They charge their batteries all day by being placed in a location that they can receive direct sunlight for the better part of the day. Most solar light setups have a reserve battery, so if it's a rainy day it can use the backup power to still illuminate the night with Christmas cheer.
These lights come in all kinds of varieties, not just your typical string lights with multi-colored large bulbs. They come in all different colors and different kinds of bulbs to choose from. You can also find reindeer, Santa Claus, and angels that light up your front yard, powered only by the sun.

Solar powered Christmas lights require no outlet to plug into your home. They only need the beautiful rays of sunshine that God is so generous in providing us. It seems like every year I am spending an entire day in the garage just to untangle the strands and strands of wire that were carelessly packed away by my wife every year. Well now you can spare yourself the counseling fees by boarding the green initiative.

It's safe to say that climate change is here to stay. We all need to do our part, but that doesn't mean you will have to make a sacrifice. Solar Christmas decorations may cost more than traditional, oil dependent Christmas lights, but they will pay for themselves in the long run. Your electric bill will not be effected in any way. You will be saving money and you can spend it on more important things like barbecues and rent!

 

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Michael T. Danick is a solar powered christmas lights enthusiast. You can visit http://hubpages.com/hub/Solar-Powered-Christmas-Lights-Guide for some more great information.

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This article was published on 2010/10/26