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Christmas lights have been one of the most popular Christmas decorations for the past century. In 1882, three years after Edison invented the first sensible light bulb, Edward H. Johnson created the first Christmas lights in his home in New York City. The tree was hand-wired and lit with 80 red, white, and blue globes. The lights blinked and twinkled while the tree slowly revolved.




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Christmas lights were first made available for sale in 1890, but were so expensive that most people could not afford them. They were a symbol of status among the wealthy and many people rented lights instead of buying them. In 1903, one set of 24 Christmas lights sold for $12.00. Considering the average person made about $9 a week, this was far too extravagant for the normal family. In addition to the cost of the lights, the service of a wireman was required and, if the house was not electrically powered, they also needed a generator.


Outdoor Christmas lights did not become practical for the average family until the 1930s. By this time, not only were homes decorated with electric lights, stores, community Christmas trees, and government buildings were also adorned with the twinkling lights. General Electric began to sponsor community Christmas lighting competitions in the 1920s, but it wasn't until the 1950s that it was common to see rows of houses lit on the outside. Today, the places you find the lights are as numerous as the types of lights available.


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For years the standard for Christmas lighting has been an incandescent C7 or C9 bulb. This is the traditional candle shaped glass bulb that you still may see lining houses across the country every winter. These styles of bulbs have a distinct twinkle and color and make many people feel nostalgic. As technology advanced, many people realized that replacing their incandescent Christmas lights with LED Christmas lights saves energy while providing the same (or more) amount of light than traditional incandescent Christmas lights. Also, many users prefer that the hard plastic bulbs of LED Christmas lights as opposed to the glass bulbs of incandescent. The plastic makes the bulbs more durable and if they break the clean-up is much easier.


Outdoor Christmas lights are most often C7 or C9 string lights. Either size is an excellent choice for those that want a more classic feel for their Christmas lighting. The difference between these types of outdoor Christmas light is primarily the size of the bulb. The number after the "C" represents the diameter of the bulb in eighths of an inch; for example, a C7 bulb is 7/8" or .875" in diameter. The larger the number, the bigger the bulb. These string lights are available in several colors and in either LED or incandescent options. If you're looking to customize the colors in your Christmas lighting design, we also offer C7/C9 light strands and bulbs sold separately.


Illuminate mantles, wreaths, or even centerpieces without needing to worry about having a nearby outlet or running an extension cord with battery operated Christmas lights. From lit ribbons and InvisiLite strings to LED spheres and mini light strings, you're sure to find the right battery operated Christmas lights for this holiday season.


Easily and effectively wrap tree trunks with Christmas lights to create some holiday spirit in your yard. Tree wrap lights are shaped similarly to net lights, but are designed to hug or wrap a cylindrical object like a tree truk, post, or pole.


Check out our Christmas lights by application page if you need further insight on how to best use your light strings! Or do you need technical help with your holiday decorations this year? Our lighting experts are available at 1-800-624-4488 to help you make your Christmas really shine!


The most common type of lighting for railings is mini lights. However, if you want bigger bulbs, you can also use C7 or C9 stringers. For metal railings, you can use magnetic clips for easy installation.


For pillars, you have the same options as trees since the application is so similar. Tree wrap lights will make for easy installation, otherwise mini lights wrapped around the pillar will work just fine.


No, LED Christmas lights do not get hot. LED technology, by design, runs cooler than its predecessors. High output commercial LEDs can put out more heat due to the larger energy demand, but LED Christmas lights do not put out enough light to warrant hot running temperatures.


Need bulk Christmas lights for a project or to resell? You've come to the right place! Wintergreen carries several thousand wholesale Christmas lights products, including the largest variety of Christmas string lights in the U.S.


If you're a professional decorator or light installer that needs access to a large array of options, we've got you covered. Or, if you're a retailer looking to provide your customers with fantastic shelf-ready packaged Christmas lights, you can choose from over 200 different product options. While our product selection and prices are great, our passion for what we do and the services we provide will also benefit you.


LED lights that don't flicker, bold colors that won't fade, light strings built to last and innovative bulb designs to inspire creativity... These are just a few examples of the high standards our customers have come to expect and love in our products. We believe in the quality of our signature products and we stand by them with our own brands backed by real warranties up to 10 years.


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If you're planning a large-scale exterior holiday lighting display than our heavy-duty C9 1000', 500', and 250' reels are just what you need. Available in Green, White, Brown and Black wire with selections of 4 different socket spacings from 6" to 30". Select either SPT-1 or SPT-2 wiring. These C9 spools are sold in bulk without bulbs, so you can cut to the exact length you need for any application indoors or outdoors. You can customize the bulb type and color scheme you desire with our selection of C9 bulbs, including our incandescent C9 bulbs, our LED C9 bulbs, our incandescent G50 Globe bulbs, our LED G50 Bulbs, and our S11 bulbs. When you purchase your C9 wire and bulbs in bulk, be confident that you can get the job done right for a money-saving wholesale price. We are the Christmas lighting experts, so if you have questions about which lighting products are right for you, send us an e-mail or call 800-209-6122 today for assistance.


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Add a delicate, glittering touch to your trees, windows, and decorations with our warm white Christmas lights. Naked wire LED lights are held on a very thin silver wire, perfect for lighting up centerpieces, branch arrangements, wreaths, or Christmas trees. We offer battery operated pine wreaths and garlands that light up with warm white LED lights. You can also try our popular warm white fairy lights or light up a winter Christmas scene in your store window or at a holiday event with our naked wire L.E.D. branch cluster lights.


If you want to add color to your Christmas decor, try our multicolored Christmas lights to light up your holiday centerpieces, wreaths, trees and more! Use our multicolor naked wire lights, available in a range of lengths, to add a sophisticated pop of color or for extra flair that truly makes your decor stand out, choose our 30 LED multicolor diagonal cut G14 light set. 041b061a72


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