Long Island Christmas Lighting Experts, Scott Anderson Design Launches Christmas Light Installation Services for Residential and Commercial Clients

With the rise of DIY Christmas lighting, more and more Long Islanders are celebrating the holiday season with decorative outdoor lighting.

Scott Anderson, landscape designer and owner of Scott Anderson Design, Inc., says that homeowners should leave Christmas lighting installation to the trained professionals.

Approximately, 20,000 people are injured due to DIY Christmas lighting accidents annually, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

“Hiring our lighting professionals not only saves a homeowner/worker a trip to the hospital, it saves time, money and it eliminates the stress of having to put up and take down Christmas lights on his/her own,” says Anderson. “We handle everything from installation to take-down, visit our website for more information.” http://www.scottadesign.com/holiday-lighting

For the homeowner or business owner who wants to create a memorable display, Anderson provides an assortment of holiday lighting services including: custom lighting design, in-season service, hassle-free installation, and timely take-down.

Outdoor holiday decor takes a lot more than choosing colorful lights and festive Christmas decorations. Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to decorating the exterior part of a home or place of business.

Choosing the wrong Christmas lighting options can ruin a display instantly, according to Anderson. He suggests the following do’s and don’ts for outdoor holiday decorating for this upcoming season:

Do choose a theme. Avoid having multiple themes in one yard. Remember, less is more attractive to the eye.

Don’t use too many Christmas lights with every color in the rainbow. It’s okay to make a display colorful, just don’t go overboard.

Do make Safety top priority, especially when dealing with electricity.

Don’t hang Christmas lights alone – always have someone to help. This includes climbing ladders and walking on the roof.

Do wear comfortable, sturdy work gloves. It is also advisable to wear safety glasses. Debris from a broken light or other outdoor debris can easily get caught in the eyes.

Don’t wear loose clothing. Loose clothes can easily get caught into something and cause one to trip or fall.

In addition to Christmas lighting, Anderson specializes in LED holiday lighting services for other holiday celebrations, weddings,…

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