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.