North Carolina homeowner uses LED rope lights to create a massive holiday display
Posted by Birddog Lighting on Dec 23rd 2011
It's not uncommon to see LED rope lights and string lights on your neighbors' homes during the holiday season, but some people take it to a new level. With the arrival of LED lights, more homeowners are learning of the energy efficiency that can come with holiday decorating.
Logan Buell, a resident of Black Mountain, North Carolina, is one of these people. Each year, Buell uses thousands of LED rope lights and string lights to create a holiday display that wows people for miles, according to the Asheville Citizen-Times. What once started as a little decorating has since turned into a serious hobby for Buell.
"I have sequenced songs and video clips that I enjoy and hope others will, too," Buell told the news source about his display. "I can't wait for next year. I already have twice as many lights purchased to put up."
Buell has more than 20,000 LED lights on his property, which might seem a little crazy, but many people are using these fixtures to create energy-efficient displays on an annual basis. LED rope lights and string lights can help reduce utility costs during the holiday season.