"Definitely have a special place in my heart for the traditional lights, just because growing up, that's what we used," says Ray Meyers, Lowes' shopper.
"Pretty much all my life I remember having lights like this and that's kind of what we went for," says Lowes' shopper.
Some community members say decorating with incandescent light bulbs has become a tradition.
"Traditional light bulbs because of the twinkle in the lights and the LEDs just don't seem to give off the same light," says Meyers.
A common misconception is that the incandescent bulbs cast a brighter light but the LED bulbs are actually much brighter.
"The LED bulbs are a lot brighter, more energy saving, even thought they cost more at this time, in the long run, they definitely will save you money," says Shannan Knoop, Utica Lowes' manager.
Knoop is a Utica Lowes manager and he says incandescent bulbs are about half the price of LEDs, but they're still the cheaper alternative for the future.
"It is energy and takes less power. One light-bulb will use 30 wattage. A LED will do a fraction of that which will save money on your bills," says Knoop.
And some community members agree.
"They're cooler, brighter, make our property green," says Joann Koberstein, Lowes' shopper.
"More sufficient, easier to work with, they're brighter," says Sylvester Hawkins, Lowes' shopper.
Along with being energy-efficient, the LED bulbs also burn at a cooler temperature.
"The LEDs wont be so hot so wont cause a fire. Standard lights so cause a lot of heat and it is a safety issue," says Knoop.
"My kids can touch it, I ain't gotta worry about it all the time, you can feel a little safer," says Hawkins.
And Knoop says the average set of LED lights will use 90% less energy than incandescent bulbs.