Holiday lighting: Illuminating your exterior for beauty and safety this holiday season

The holidays are here — is your house ready? When loved ones arrive to celebrate the season, welcome them with a festive display outside your home. Seasonal lighting both helps your holiday spirit shine bright and even enhances safety by creating a well-lit exterior, helping guests who are walking to their car see objects and ice that could otherwise cause them to fall. Homestead Gardens offers fun, affordable ideas to help get you started. 

LED lighting efficiently illuminates your exterior 

Thanks to the invention of LED technology, you can now light up your home using less energy than in previous years … meaning you’ll spend less money on utility bills. In fact, LED lights consume 90 percent less electricity than miniature lights and about 500 percent less electricity than C7 and C9 lights! Adorn your rooftop with a string of LED lights or wrap LED light sets around tree trunks and bushes. At Homestead Gardens, you can find a variety of color combinations to perfectly match your theme. 

Pre-lit battery-operated wreaths give your door an inviting look

A warm, welcoming glow instantly puts your family and friends in a festive mood. Invite loved ones into your home over the holiday season with a pre-lit wreath hanging on your door. Because our wreaths are battery operated, you don’t have to worry about finding a wall outlet to create a cozy exterior. 

Lighting lawn ornaments create a cheerful display for all to enjoy

From whimsical to classic, you can find illuminated lawn ornaments in a wide range of designs. Those walking or driving by will love seeing your cute display, no matter which Christmas characters you choose. No one is going to have a hard time finding your home with the eye-catching winter wonderland you’ve created!

A little illumination is all you need to let your holiday spirit shine. For help installing your lights, be sure to check out Homestead Garden’s Holiday Lighting Installation Services today.  

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