Incorporate LEDs into a Halloween light show
Many homeowners decorate their properties for Halloween, and some cities and towns help their residents get into the spirit of the season with light shows. Communities can put on a stunning display of Halloween decor with light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs.
Since LED light strings are so energy-efficient (most less than 10 watts per string), you are able to create much larger displays for a lot less energy. Some LED Halloween lights are even linkable up to 90 strings on one outlet, giving you the creative freedom to think big without limitation.
Joe "Tony" Orlando, a firefighter from Billerica, Massachusetts, told the Billerica Minuteman that he is passionate about Halloween and decorates his home accordingly every year. His annual light show fundraiser has become a community favorite because it features a wide range of spooky decorations such as spider webs, glowing skulls and ghastly ghouls.
"I wanted to be different," Orlando told the news source. "I figured it would be nice to do something for families and kids to come and see."
Hundreds of lights fill Orlando's front lawn, and all proceeds benefit the town's Public Safety Memorial Fund, which was created to provide financial assistance to fallen firefighters, paramedics and police officers.
LED lighting could have a major impact on a light show. This kind of lighting helps get a person's creative juices flowing by giving him or her a vast array of choices. LED bulbs are versatile and deliver a brightness that is the same or better than various traditional lighting options, and the units help people ensure that they can develop memorable Halloween displays that will attract casual fans and trick or treaters alike.