Archive of: Christmas Light Installers Denver CO

  • Efficient solutions from Christmas light professionals

    Posted on April 29 2018

    There are quite a few options you have to consider when you want to engage in a certain project. Christmas light professionals can offer a number of solutions to decorate your home, but you must focus on a number of other aspects from the start. You are willing to invest in Christmas light installers, but you need to weigh your options.

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  • Light installers have done wonders for my house on Christmas

    Posted on April 15 2018

    Christmas is considered by many to be the happiest season of the year. Everyone is joyful and with the spirit of celebration in their hearts. However it can be really stressful in the same time. Just the thought of electric installation gives people something to worry about. The good news is that professional installers are available and they can give you the most beautiful house. Light professionals can decorate the house in any way you please, you can discuss your ideas and make sure in the end you have your dream house.

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  • Christmas Light Power Usage & Extension Cords

    Posted on March 30 2018

    Before buying your Christmas lights you will need to have the right extension cords, timers and power calculations.  Given these we will be able to calculate the total amount of power you can use which may limit the total amount of Christmas Lights you can buy.  

    There are a few things to note about safety before you get started with your decorating. Outdoor cords should be marked with labels that read either UL or ETL. These labels let consumers like me, and you know that the cord has been tested by a group with an independent laboratory, known as Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or the OSHA. The packaging that the cord comes in should also state whether the cord is for indoor or outdoor use. Since we are decorating outdoors, we need an outdoor cord, since these cords are weatherproof and can be used in harsh conditions like ice and snow. Not only are they water proof but the outdoor extension cords are generally thicker due to the insulation and sheathing that is used which makes them more sturdy and able to carry current over longer distances.  Another thing to get for your decorating is automatic timers. These work by turning off your lights during the night and when you aren’t at home.


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  • SPT-1 vs SPT-2 Electrical Line

    Posted on December 31 2017

    When planning an outdoor Christmas decorating project or if you have any other outdoor electrical needs, the question about what type of cord to use may arise. Some people research the differences between SPT-1 and SPT-2 cords online with the belief that the information that they will find is correct. However, there are several common misconceptions about these cords online, and you do not want to be swayed into making a less than ideal decision based on erroneous information. Before you install any type of outdoor lights, focus your attention on these factors in order to make the right decision for your needs and goals.

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  • Wireless Christmas Lights

    Posted on May 31 2016

    For many people, Christmas is a fun and exciting time of year, but the task of setting up and installing the lights can be overwhelming, especially when the wires become tangled. But decorating for the holidays should not have to be a chore. Luckily, a solution has been created to simplify the process of decorating your tree each year; people now have the option to purchase Christmas lights that don't require any wires. When people think of wireless Christmas lights, they often picture traditional lights that can be turned on and off remotely, but this is different. These wireless Christmas lights don't need to be plugged in because they receive their power remotely.

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  • Kickstarter: World's Largest LED Christmas Lights

    Posted on October 16 2015

    While there are lots of ways to “super size” things in your life, most of them are kind of bad for you, but who could argue with really big Christmas lights? A new product has made its way to market for your holiday decorating needs. Really Big Lights are over a foot tall, are lit by LEDs and are designed to last for years.

    What Makes Really Big Lights So Great?

    Besides their huge size making them the largest holiday lights in the world, they have a universal hook system, making them easy to hang anywhere. Since they are LED powered, they are energy efficient, and have been UL approved. In addition, many lights can be linked together, increasing your decorating possibilities. The large, brightly colored lights also have a retro look about them, making them a unique centerpiece to any holiday lighting display.

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  • Common Mistakes Buying LED Christmas Lights

    Posted on September 20 2015

    While Christmas LED lights are some of the most energy efficient and brightest you can find, there are some mistakes that are commonly made by consumers when buying them. The result is that sometimes LED lights can get a misleading reputation from consumers that unknowingly made these mistakes and were dissatisfied with their purchases.

    Here are some common mistakes by consumers who have bought LED lights.

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  • The History of Christmas Trees

    Posted on September 10 2015

    The start of the Christmas Tree tradition is usually credited to Germany, in about the 16th century. It is believed that the Martin Luther, father of the Protestant Reformation, first added lights in the form of candles to his holiday tree. He had remembered seeing the stars twinkling among the evergreen trees on a walk one evening, and wished to share the scene with his family by illuminating Christmas trees with candles.

    Christmas Trees in America

    Though it would seem a common thing today, in the 19th century, Christmas Trees were an oddity. German settlers in Pennsylvania had the first recorded displayed Christmas tree in about 1830. Though these settlements had had trees for at least one hundred years prior, most Americans still saw them as pagan symbols.

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  • Choosing the Right Clips for Your Christmas Lights

    Posted on August 31 2015

    Each year, millions of people decide to put up holiday lights. They plan out what type of lights they want, what patterns or designs they want to arrange, and buy millions of strands to create festive displays.

    Many people forget that there is a right way and many, many wrong ways to attach Christmas lights to their houses, bushes and fences. This can be hazardous, depending on how they attach the lights, and may also damage their property.

    Choosing the right light clips for the materials your house is made of is extremely important for the look of the lighting design and for the safety of your property.

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  • Hanging Christmas Lights can be Dangerous

    Posted on August 14 2015

    Ron Cooper was known for his elaborate Christmas lighting displays. He did it for the fun of it, and to bring joy to others. Unfortunately, with an elaborate Christmas display comes a difficult installation and removal process, and in January of 2015, Mr. Cooper fell off of his roof while removing his display, and was in a coma for some time.  All of this could have been avoided by using a professional to install and remove his Christmas display.

    Many people do not enjoy going up on ladders to hang lights, and that’s great but please be safe if you are going to do it. For most people, the idea of untangling and hanging multiple strands of lighting is not at all appealing.

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