Commercial vs. Standard Grade String Lighting
When you hear commercial grade, it is the actual cord, not the light bulbs, that make string lights "commercial grade". Commercial grade cords are made from heavy duty wire with weather-proof sockets making them ideal for permanent outdoor use. Standard grade cords work for indoor or outdoor installations, but typically don't last as long outdoors making them ideal for events and smaller, less permanent applications.READ MORE >
Medium vs. C9 vs. C7 ... What's the Difference?
These terms refer to the socket size of the cord and bulb. Medium (or E26) is the same socket size as a standard household bulb. C9 (or E17) is slightly smaller and is historically known as the old Christmas light bulb size. C7 (or E12) is the smaller of the three and is the same size typically used for chandeliers.READ MORE >
Benefits of Bulk Reel String Lighting
Bulk reels offer full flexibility when permanently installing outdoor string lights. The 330-foot spools of heavy duty string lighting provides the length often needed for buildings, patios, backyards, bars, or restaurants. Bulk reel outdoor string lights do not come with plugs. It is intended to be hard-wired to a power source or you can attach your own plugs.SHOP NOW >
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Strength & Durability
Galvanized steel cables provide the perfect solution to add extra support to the heavier commercial grade string lights. When spanning your string lights over longer distances, guide wires help prevent sagging. They also offer stability in windy conditions.
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