I've noticed more and more L.E.D. Christmas lighting as I drive around the neighborhoods this year. The prices are reasonable and they look fantastic.
If hanging outside Christmas lights is still on your "Honey-Do List", make sure you follow the same precautions I follow when I am on a ladder.
1. If you are leaning it on the eave of your roof, make sure you have the latter's footing firmly planted on the ground. Avoid placing the ladder on slippery surfaces. ALWAYS have a spotter. They usually won't catch you if you fall off the ladder. However, they can help assist you if the worst happens.
2. Have at least 3 rungs extended beyond the roof line. This will help you get on and off the roof in a safer manner.
3. If using a step ladder indoors, use a spotter below and have your lights or decorations prepared before you go up the ladder. Trying to untangle a knotted lighting string can be distracting and dangerous.
Hopefully, these tips will help you have a safe and happy holiday season.
Finally, I want to thank all my the customers I have had for a successful 2010. I give all honor and praise to God for his mercies on me.
Call me if you need me to help with any electrical lighting issues at 407-850-8488.