Christmas Lights Installation 

Christmas Lights Hanging & Installation for Southern Utah

Our Christmas Light package includes everything you’ll need to have the best looking lights on the block. We offer custom designs and can light up as little or as much as you want. You can participate in the design as well as choose the bulb colors you want. We can do roof lines, windows, doors, garages, trees, bushes, walkways just to name a few. Your lights will be customized to your house. We cut wires and make custom connection cords so that day or night the lights look superb and there aren’t any extra cords or lights hanging around. We use all LED bulbs which means they very rarely burn out and you won’t see a surge in your electric bill. All of your lights will be connected to an automatic timer so they will turn on and off automatically with no effort on your part. Not only do we hang, maintain, and take down your lights after the season, but we also store them for you in the off season. Prices vary widely from $80-$400+ and discounts are made for multiple year agreements.

We will present a bid to you with multiple options of light placement. You can choose just to do the roof line or add to it anything else you want. You can also have the lights for just one season, or you can sign a contract for multiple years to get a lower price per year.

Christmas lights packages are offered to the following locations:

Cedar City, Utah Joseph, Utah
Enoch, Utah Sigurd, Utah
Parowan, Utah Annabella, Utah
New Harmony, Utah  Price, Utah
Kanarraville, Utah Helper, Utah
Richfield, Utah Wellington, Utah
Salina, Utah Monroe, Utah


Commercial C9 Christmas Light Strand
Commercial C9 Christmas Light Bulbs
Commercial LED C9 Christmas Light Bulbs
Lights begin being installed in October. The week before Thanksgiving we set timers and get any bugs worked out so that everything is perfect for Thanksgiving weekend. Timers run the display so no human effort is needed. We do perform inspections and fix any issues should anything happen during the season.
Timers keep lights running through the New Year’s holiday. On January 2 we remove timers and begin removing the lights. We have a diagram built so we can label each strand. The lights are then stored away in a tote in our climate-controlled warehouse until the next year when they will be installed again.

Samples of Our Work