Christmas Light Installation

Christmas Light Installation

Service Overview

Holiday lighting adds a dramatic and beautiful touch to your seasonal decorations. But planning and managing that outdoor Christmas light installation can be enough to dampen the highest of holiday spirits.

Hiring a professional holiday light installer to deck your home for the holidays can save you the time and risk involved in setting up the display yourself. A pro can also minimize damage to your home caused by affixing lights and provide lights on a rental basis, so you don’t need to worry about maintaining or storing them in the off season.

Get back to enjoying the season and leave your holiday light installation in the hands of a professional lighting installation company.

PLAN AND DETAILS

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POPULAR QUESTIONS

The cost of installing holiday lights varies depending on the size, design and complexity of your installation. A simple display can cost $100 to $300 for an average size home. Or it can cost more than a $1,000 to light up a large property with an elaborate display. A pro can go over your options and help you choose the best display for your home.

A small crew can install most Christmas light displays in less than a day. Larger or more elaborate displays may require a bigger team or take several days to complete.

While your family and neighbors will enjoy your holiday light display, the process of installing them yourself can be daunting and dangerous. Having a pro install your lights can be the best solution if you are installing a large display, have trouble accessing a location, are struggling with a design or don’t have time to create the perfect display.

Christmas light installers commonly set displays up on buildings, structures, trees and landscape features. Many also provide design, rental, maintenance, removal, and storage services, and may even offer installation of other seasonal decorations.

Holiday light installers can power your display without any modifications to your existing electrical system. Your installer will need access to outlets, preferably those that are GFCI-protected. They will use extension cords as needed to power up the show. For large or remote displays where power is limited, a small generator or solar-powered lights may be used.