LightHouss Recommends Flameless Candles For Hurricane And Storm Season
LED tea lights are a cost-effective and safe way to prepare for power outages
Florida-based company LightHouss has a 24-pack of LED tea lights that will supply many hours of room illumination. When the electricity is out at night, it gets very dark. Walking around the house means carrying a flashlight so as not to trip and fall or knock over stuff.
A generation ago, wax candles would be placed around the home to help show the way, but that introduced problems of its own, namely fire hazards. And with reduced rescue services in the immediate aftermath of a massive power outage, a fire is much more dangerous.
LightHouss flameless candles have no open flame, smoke or messy wax. They can be put on kitchen and bathroom countertops as well as on many other surfaces that traditional candles cannot be placed on because LED candles can be mounted sideways and even upside down.
The battery operated candles are available for purchase on Amazon.
"LightHouss battery candles provide an economical and practical solution for emergency night time lighting," said Joseph Chen, LightHouss marketing director, "They can be set up quickly and easily to provide enough light to move around the home when the electricity is out."
In the aftermath of a large storm, things can be in quite the disarray inside the residence. Using open-flame candles poses an even greater risk due to the mess and the ease with which the candles can tip over or objects knocked into the candles and igniting. Even more serious is the possibility of leaking gas combining with an open flame.
LightHouss LED tea lights measure 1.5 in. (4 cm) in diameter with a base height of .75 in. (2 cm) and a total height of 1.5 in. (4 cm), making for easy usage and storage. When the home is a mess, these LED candles can be tucked into various places to provide the lighting where it is needed.
Any clear glass object can be used to hold the flameless candles including vases, wine glasses and glass tumblers. A video shows how the LightHouss LED tea lights can be displayed using common household objects.
"Whether the storm is in progress or you're cleaning up after it, safety is your first concern. With so many risks associated with open flames, it just makes sense to stick to battery candles rather than regular candles," Chen said.
Whether it is a hurricane or heavy rainstorm, flooding can be an even worse threat because people let their guard down and do not exercise the same caution that they would during the storm, thinking that it is okay to break out the regular candles and light them up. Battery candles ensure that a large margin of safety is maintained.
LightHouss battery operated tea lights are simple to turn on and off and require no assembly. The LED bulb lasts for years and are much less fragile than the old incandescent bulbs. The battery compartment, located next to the switch on the bottom, allows for easy replacement of batteries that are readily available at many local stores.
To help people prepare for storm season, LightHouss is offering a 25% discount off the 24-pack LED Tea Lights, using the exclusive coupon code "STORM14J". This is a four-day sale from Saturday, June 21st to Tuesday, June 24th.
"The time to prepare for a power outage is now and LightHouss LED Tea Lights simplify that process at a very cost-effective price. During and after a storm, safety is top priority," Chen said.
LightHoŁss (LightHouss.com) is a company that specializes in low cost lighting decor products for use in a wide variety of events and venues.
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