After thorough planning, installing exterior lighting begins with measuring the area that lights are to be hung. Eaves, windows, doors, shrubs and trees need to be considered. It's important to calculate the number of light strands needed. Purchase the lights. Decide upon the installation method (transparent tape, tacks, twist ties, etc), determine the spacing needed to secure the lights and understand what other equipment is necessary to access the desired locations.
Installing holiday lighting is a big job! Consider allowing us to take on the task of installing holiday lighting for you, during your busy holiday season.
We work with both residential and commercial customers in the planning, installing, removing and storage of holiday lighting throughout the Central Iowa region of Des Moines, West Des Moines, and Ankeny.
There are a number of reasons why you should consider using our professional holiday lighting services. The reasons include:
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimated 14,700 holiday related ER-treated injuries occur annually. The most frequent holiday decorating incidents involve falls, lacerations and back strains. We will keep you safe so that you can enjoy the holiday season to its fullest.
Beautiful lighting displays can be accomplished using string lights, icicle lights, snowflake, festoon lighting, and other options. Wreaths, garlands and a host of other ornamental displays for your lawn can also be used. In our consultation with you, we will understand your vision and assist you in determining the specifics of your holiday lighting plan.
Holiday lighting isn't restricted to just the Christmas season. Our clients use decorative exterior lighting for many other holidays including Halloween, Easter, and Independence Day. No matter what time of year it is, we are available to begin planning for your holiday exterior lighting needs.
We can help make your holidays special and less stressful for you and your family. Call us at (515) 289-2020 and let's do a consultation! We serve customers in Des Moines, Altoona, Ankeny, and surrounding areas throughout central Iowa.