Many people reach out to us this time of year interested in Christmas lights as a gift for a friend or loved one.
We think this is a fantastic idea, especially for those difficult to buy for friends or relatives on your Christmas List. Having Christmas Lights setup and taken down can make a great gift for grandparents or parents who should definitely be taking it easy instead of installing lights on their roof or somewhere outside.
We have had people surprise their family with Christmas lights in order to save them time, hard work, and frustration. Finally, we’ve had some really heart warming requests for a little holiday cheer for people on the mend from injury, surgery, or illness.
Decking the halls for the holiday season is a long-standing tradition honored by most people. However, sometimes families just don’t have the time necessary to get the tedious task of hanging Christmas lights done.
Whoever you are thinking of buying for, we’d love to help brighten up the holiday season for them with the gift of Christmas lights. We are filling up quickly for the end of the season, book with us today to make sure you secure your spot!
Why hire a professional to hang Christmas lights?
Hiring a professional to hang holiday lights might be a new idea for some, but our customer base has grown very large over the past several years.
We provide the design, customer provides the lights. Then in January, we come back and take them down. We begin putting up lights residentially on November 1st and usually finish in the second week of December, and take down the lights starting the first week of January.
The arrival of the holiday season is always exciting. What’s not so exciting, however, is having to climb up on a ladder to hang your Christmas lights. No matter the size or shape of your home, our team have the equipment and professional experience needed to make the job quick, easy and beautiful.
Most of the people who hire us are either seniors that no longer can hang their own Christmas lights, or it’s people who, for the most part, are scared to be on the roof, and aren’t willing to invest in a safety harness hundreds dollars worth of ladders. It’s one less thing you’ll have to worry about this holiday season.