7 Tips for Holiday Decorating
Courtesy of Holiday Lights Decorating.
Holiday Lights Decorating has provided customers with unique holiday light displays for 20 years. Now, customers can visit the business in its first retail space, where they can see example displays and browse unique decorative items.
Tony Snider, Holiday Lights Decorating owner and decorator, has software that allows him to show shoppers what their light display would look like all set up, without having to physically set anything up. With just a photo of your home or building and the software, Snider can virtually design custom displays for your unique setting and show it to you without even having to leave the store.
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The store, 310 South 29th Street, is next to Holiday Lights Decorating's warehouse where they design one-of-a-kind décor. But the decorators don't just design custom displays and put them up for you. At the end of the season, they also break everything down and store it in their warehouse until you need it again. The company has a $500 minimum for their décor services, but because each project is unique, prices can vary. Holiday Lights Decorating will provide you with a free estimate that's specific to your site.
Snider provided Jackalope Ranch readers with a few tips to make your holiday decorating safer and more enjoyable.
7. If you choose a live tree, keep it away from any heat sources, and make sure that you check the water level daily and water when necessary as live trees are highlight flammable and dry trees may cause a serious fire threat.
6. If you purchase an artificial tree, make sure it's fire-resistant.