4 Tips for Hanging Your LED Christmas Lights

With not a lot of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, you may not have had time to hang your Christmas lights and decorations just yet. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at four easy and effective tips you can use to hang your Christmas lighting supplies this year. When you’ve finished reading today’s entry, be sure to take a look through our catalog to find the perfect LED Christmas lights for your home. It’s not too late to place your order, so find the perfect lights at The Christmas Light Emporium today!

Test Your Lights 

Your Christmas lights and decorations have been in storage all year, so testing them is one of the first things you should do when you take them out of the box. While LED Christmas lights are incredibly durable, there is always the possibility that a connection was broken or a bulb was damaged throughout the year. The last thing you want is to plug your lights in and discover that a few of them aren’t working, so give them a thorough test before you start any work. If you need new LED Christmas lights, then be sure to order from our catalog right away!

Find a Focal Point

You might already have a preferred way in which you set up your Christmas lights and decorations, but we’ve found that starting with a focal point is one of the easiest ways to create an impressive and cohesive display. For instance, you may want to begin hanging lights around your entryway, and then move on to your trim, bushes, and trees.

Invest in a Sturdy Ladder 

Some of our customers are terrified to climb a single ladder rung, while others are fearless and will climb to the very top of their home to hang their lights. Whichever category you find yourself in, remember that safety should always be your top priority when hanging your Christmas lights and decorations. Far too many people have to be rushed to the hospital during the month of December due to slips and falls, so make sure that you have a dependable ladder to use this season. If possible, see if a family member or neighbor can help you hold and stabilize the ladder while you’re on it.

Use Light Clips 

While many homeowners use nails or hooks to attach their Christmas lights and decorations to their homes, we recommend using light clips instead. Christmas light clips allow you to place your lights wherever you’d like without damaging your siding, roof, or gutters. We have a fantastic selection of light clips in our catalog, so be sure to order a set before you check out!

We hope that today’s post will help you hang your LED Christmas lights safely and efficiently this season. The Christmas Light Emporium is your one-stop shop for Christmas lights and decorations, and we’re here to answer any questions you have about our products.

Place your order today, and Merry Christmas from all of us at The Christmas Light Emporium!

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