Christmas and Holiday Light Installation in Kingston, MA
Prior to the installation we met with the Homeowner to go over exactly what they had in mind for their Holiday display. They had always wanted lighting and now that they moved into their new beautiful home they felt it was time. We talked about a lot of various options, some of those included using some Christmas colors like green and red but for this design they went with a nice classy warm white color scheme. (maybe a splash of color in the future).
The installation went off without a hitch, and we were able to install all of the wreathes using Stainless Steel mounts that can be reused year after year and they will never rust. We did the same for the beautiful Garland so that everything was secure and professional. All of the lighting on the entire home is connected to 1 timer that turns on automatically so it is effortless for our customer! The rooftop lighting which is made by Minleon is secured to the gutters and shingles using temporary clips that aren't actually fasted making sure that no damage is ever done. Every single bulb on this installation is LED which means that it uses very little energy and is safe because the bulbs do not get hot.
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