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String lights for patio, backyard and party tents or building lighting.
Our most popular cords and bulbs bundled together for a convenient, ready-to-go string lighting set.
Options for project flexibility. For commercial & residential use, indoor & outdoor.
Commercial grade cords with weatherproof sockets and inexpensive standard cords, as well as ETL and UL listed cord options.
Replacement bulbs for string lights.
Medium (E26), C9 (E17) and C7 (E12) base sizes.
LED and incandescent bulb options.
Traditional Christmas mini lights provide a quick and cost-effective solution for holidays or general decor.
LED lights offer a safer, more durable and energy-efficient solution for string lighting.
LED and incandescent rope lighting in different lengths and bulk reels.
Battery-operated lighting options when outlets are not available or speciality lighting needs.
String lights with novelty covers inspired by animals, food, hobbies and more.
From poolside decor to chili pepper lights, there's even more lights to discover.
Tip #1 ... Measure, measure, measure! When you think you know your length, measure it again. Get a piece of graph paper and draw a diagram of your event or space with your lighting.
Tip #2 ... Deciding which product is best for your needs can be confusing, read through the information below to find the right light string for your space/event.
Tip #3 ... If you just don’t know what to do, call us toll free 866-758-5836! We are here to help you find the way!
Bulb & Socket Guide
Confused by the different bulb and socket sizes? Have a string light or bulb size you want to match but don't know the size? This article takes the mystery out of bulb shopping.
Why Buy Commercial Grade String Lights?
Not sure whether commercial grade string lights are right for you? Here's some detailed information on the benefits of going commercial.
LED Bulb Buying Guide
LED lights have grown in popularity over the last several years. One thing that confuses customers is the color temperature of LED bulbs. This article explains and shows the variances.
LED vs. Incandescent: Which Bulb Is Right For You?
Bulb shapes may be similar, but LED and incandescent bulbs have their own unique characteristics and benefits. This article explains their differences to help you make the right choice with string lights.
How to Hang Outdoor String Lights
Hanging outdoor string lighting is an easy project, but does require some planning. You need the right product, the right tools and a design in mind when hanging your globe string lights.
UL & ETL Listing - What Do They Mean?
What exactly does it mean for string lights to be UL or ETL Listed? We've answered some of the most common questions for a better understanding of this technical mark related to decorative string lighting.
For longer lengths to wrap around trees or a gazebo, consider pre-assembled LED Light Sets. LEDs consume about 10% the energy compared to conventional bulbs. Because of the low wattage, you can connect many sets end to end or have longer lengths without needing additional power.
Length of Lights to Buy
We always encourage you to measure your space before ordering. If it is hard to estimate, then take out a rope or string and follow the pattern where you would like your string lights to hang. Keep in mind where your outlets are as well since longer lengths may require multiple outlets.
Support for Cords
If you are going to run longer distances, we recommend hanging up a guide wire first and then attaching your strands to that. If hanging more than 15 feet of commercial cords or 25 feet of standard cord, use a guide wire. With commercial grade cords this is particularly important because the strands are so heavy.
The longest length is 100 feet on most of our styles. But read the product details, some products like our LED strands or European Cafe lights can run longer distances. Or you can consider our custom length cut cords which we can cut longer than 100 feet.
Pay attention to the socket size that is on the cord, and buy a bulb to fit. For instance, if the cord you like has a candelabra base then make sure the bulb you are selecting has a candelabra base. Also make note of the maximum wattage for each socket in the cord and do not exceed.
Amount of Light
Take the wattage of the bulb you are selecting and multiple it with the number of sockets on the cord. This will give you the overall wattage emitted. Keep in mind that this light is dispersed among the entire area that you are hanging your lights.
Sockets Per Cord
This will vary by cord. Most of the cords where you screw in the bulbs, there is one foot between the sockets. The C9 commercial cords have 1.25 feet between sockets and most of the medium base commercial cords have 2 feet in between sockets. Always refer to the product details on the product pages for the exact distance.
Limited or No Outlets
If you have limited outlets and need to hang a longer distance, go LED. The LED bulbs draw such little energy, you can run a really long distance with just one outlet. If you have no outlets, consider solar products. However, keep in mind you must have full sun for at least 6-8 hours a day for solar products.
Outlets Far Away
You can use extension cords if your outlet is far away from where you want to hang your lights. This is also useful if you need to plug in multiple strands since extension cords usually have three outlets.
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