The Ulta-Lit Tree Company sells devices to fix broken Christmas tree lights. The LightKeeper ProⓇ and LED KeeperⓇ,  repair your broken incandescent and LED light sets used for holiday decorations. The company has sold over 6 million of these devices, and saved over one billion Christmas light bulbs from landfills over the past 20 years with their light set repair tools. That’s enough light sets to fill six Statues of Liberty structures, 55 Boeing 737 jets, or 565 garbage truck containers!

With the help of Ulta-Lit, millions of light sets that would have otherwise gone in the trash are still being used for Christmas trees, holiday decorations, and more. The #1 cause of light set failure is a shunt issue. Ulta-Lit Tree Company makes a gadget – the LightKeeper Pro – that identifies a shunt issue and quickly fixes it.

How LightKeeper Pro Works

Defective Bulb shunts cause most light set failures. Simply plug your LightKeeper Pro into the light set and pull the trigger. The LightKeeper Pro sends a pulse through the light set, finds the bad bulb, and fixes the shunt—allowing the light set to work properly.

How LED Keeper Works

The LED Keeper uses insulation piercing to connect to the copper within the light set wires and illuminate functioning sections by creating mini-circuits. Success will be achieved through the process of elimination.

“What really makes us proud is to know we have helped so many families across the country to keep their holidays bright,” says John DeCosmo, President and Founder of Ulta-Lit. “With our tools, we’ve prevented holiday season frustration, saved consumers money, and helped the environment by reducing waste.”

Whether you work with LED or incandescent lights, you decorate your own home or are professional decorator, or  you use your lights for the holidays or year-round, these light set repair tools are a must-have. Ulta-Lit tools are currently sold in over 10,000 stores across North America.

The company encourages consumers to contact them directly with any questions, by calling 888-ULTA-LIT (888-858-2548) or emailing


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