Winter season often turns out to be dull and gloomy, especially without snow, and decorating a Christmas tree is certainly one of the best ways to cheer up. Usually shared with the whole family, it fills you with brighter hopes for better prospects in the New Year. It's always good to start decorating your tree with adding Christmas lights to it.
For every foot of your tree’s height, you’ll need one 100-light. In this way you will get a modestly illuminated tree. We recommend you to opt for LED Christmas lights. As you can read in this article, LED lights have a lot of advantages over conventional incandescent bulbs. In short, they last longer, consume considerably less power and are much more safe. LEDs cost a bit more than traditional lights, but in the long term this purchase will certainly pay you off.
Remember to place lights on a Christmas tree before any other decoration. Let's take a look at the basic ways of hanging lights on a tree: