On these dates we like to enjoy and transmit our Christmas spirit decorating our homes, gardens, parks and urban areas transmitting emotions through lighting . But we want to do it in the most efficient and sustainable way </ strong> possible.
We do not want this tradition to lose importance because of that LUXES dedicates this post so that both houses as urban areas convey the message of peace and love each year, without having to think about economic waste and environmental pollution.
The protagonists are the LED bulbs that increasingly appear in the streets around the world, towns and cities your old incandescent bulbs have already been replaced by small LED bulbs. Municipalities opt for LED lighting reducing spending and consumption, assuming a saving of 85%.
In Madrid, practically all the lighting is made up of LEDs, and thanks to that the budget has fallen by 16% even to last year. Ornaments also consume almost 30% less than in 2012 and in this way reduce the negative environmental impact , since they do not contribute to global warming, and last much longer than conventional lighting.
And LED bulbs do not use wire, gas, filaments or halogens inside. They only have a chip that makes them more efficient than the rest of the luminaries .
Create authentic Christmas designs! Without spending electricity and being more responsible with the planet.
If you enjoy decorating your home, you should know that inside the LED bulbs offer a variety of colors for your fir and Christmas balls and for the exterior, since we like to highlight some points of our garden, trees, fountains or architectural features endowing them with versatility in colors and effects, while consuming the minimum, they do not generate heat, therefore they are more responsible with the environment.
Using LED bulbs provides a definite saving The first step to take into account is to turn on the lighting only at the most marked times of day and not let it keep it active during all hours especially when there is nobody in the house.
Should reuse lighting fixtures for this Christmas purpose or pull the imagination to create their own lighting with household items and recycled materials. Finally, you should recycle these bulbs if they melt clean points or lighting stores.
For gardens use outdoor lanterns and beacons that are powered by sunlight. During the day, they absorb energy and at night they light themselves.