After extensive use, you notice that one or more of your light strings has gone kaput. You need an ample amount of replacement string for your Christmas lights and you need it fast. Count on BulbAmerica to supply you with all the replacement string you need for the holiday season and beyond. Find classic stringer that works great with Christmas tree bulbs such as C7 and C9 bulb sizes. Stringer wire colors include popular green and white, and alternative colors such as black, brown and red. While you’re replacing stringers, you can also pick up assorted lighting accessories to ensure your lighting projects are completed right on schedule.

Light Stringer Sets

Replacement stringer sets for holiday lights come in all sorts of configurations, and you can browse for stringers in specific colors, lengths and wire spacing to fit your requirements. Power capacity is clearly listed for each model to ensure you find the exact stringer that suits the amount of light output your design project requires.

Male and Female Plugs

There are stringers that come with both male and female plugs, and those that come with only a male plug, and these are clearly represented with images to help you choose the right ones. Build your backup plug supply quickly with packs of male and female plugs. The average plug has a 10 amp power capacity and fits various types of stringers.

Light Clips

Light clips are one of those lighting accessories that are essential for securing light strings to various surfaces. There’s no telling how many you’ll need at any given time, so it’s a good idea to stock up on them while picking up stringer replacements. Available clip styles include the all-in-one clip, icicle light clip, combo C clip, parapet clip and the tree clip, and with 100 to a pack, you’ll have plenty on hand.

Light Spools

Big lighting projects require large capacity light strings and a single light spool containing green or white wire covers quite a bit of territory with colorful lights. Each light spool model is designed for a specific type of bulb. Spools are insulated and include weep holes to keep water away from light sockets. Keep in mind that spools don’t come with lights, so you’ll need to buy Christmas bulbs separately.