Through our 32-year journey, we have lit up Christmas displays in various forms all over the United States including Midway UT.
On a modest budget, we can install a tree-shaped show, alternating lights and music, or another theme that will take the spotlight.
We follow all in Midway UT laws, hiring only legal workers, fully covered under state-mandated liability and worker’s compensation insurance coverages with all proper business licensing. We guarantee our work and our product. If your installation isn’t correct, we will make it right.
Established in 1989, with over 30 years of service, we are one of the oldest and largest lighting companies in Midway UT. Our management team has over 100 years of combined experience installing holiday lighting displays, and there is nothing we haven’t seen or done.
Please get in touch with us by phone or online by submitting a project guideline. Within 24 hours, we will get back to you with a preliminary quote for the scope of work included, as well as your budget.
Once you have paid the agreed-upon quote, we will book your job within a few days.
Our team will arrive on schedule or give you a call if running late. Our installation teams are always happy to get the job done efficiently, even completing the task in a single day if necessary.
Our Christmas light installers will perform a professional installation. Light strands are custom-fit to your home, cords are hidden from view, timers automatically turn your holiday lights on and off, and connections are properly fit and water tight (no black tape or wire nuts with us.) All job sites are left cleaner than when we arrived.
With us, you'll get commercial grade products made to the highest possible standards. Because we're the largest company in this field, we can import products such as these directly to the factory in bulk quantities and save you money.
Holiday decorations are removed with the same care with which they were installed. Removal is completed in January, and no appointment is necessary.
Through the end of the year, you are able to obtain an overflow light storage space to keep your lights on the upcoming year. You do not need to dig through your stuff during the year anymore, because we will store. We give you a list with a description of all stored things.
The Christmas Light Professionals was established in 1989 by Vance Brand, who, after working for his father at Brand Electric and running a window cleaning company, came upon a bright idea! Because of his background, all our work is performed to UL standards, and our ladders are safety-rated with automatic levelers and tie downs.
Most customers spend about $500 to $900 on holiday lighting for their homes the first year (cost to purchase the material and the labor to install.) Following years are typically labor costs only, and one can expect to pay $300 to $600. Adding small trees can increase your price by $150 to $300 per tree, with the following years around $80 to $185.
Remember, lights are a commodity, meaning if we put twice as many lights on your house, business, or tree, the cost would double. If you want to keep the price down, we recommend not doing all sides of your home. If you want to include trees, smaller trees are always more affordable.
Unfortunately, we are not charging the same price we charged 33 years ago. Our pricing has been increasing over time, as the cost of materials, insurance, and labor increases. We expect to keep our pricing at around the same rate for at least three more years. We increased prices in 2008, 2013, 2018, and 2021.
Yes. Our labor minimum is $250. To assure that we can give you good service, including the removal of lights in January, we have to have a minimum labor amount.
The average 2500 square foot newer home runs about $350 for labor to install and remove lights installed on the front roofline of the house. However, the number of lights a roofline may require can vary, regardless of the square footage of a home. The reason for this is that not all rooflines are the same.
The square footage of a rambler's roof differs from the square footage of a two-story house which has dormers. Price is predicated on the linear footage and pitch of your roof.
If lights are a commodity and putting double the amount of lights on a tree would cost twice as much, it would make sense that a 12 ft. tree would probably cost twice as much as a six ft. tree. Keeping this in mind, smaller (6 ft.) trees always look better and cost less. Smaller trees will run about $85 to $135 in labor (each depending on how heavy they are covered.).
The number of branches could affect the price of larger trees. Additionally, remember that the height of a two-story house averages 28 feet, and if you own a house and are replacing your tree, its height is likely at least 28 feet. The average cost to install 28-foot lights is likely somewhere around $300 to $2,000.
We commonly get asked, “Would you do my 50 ft. spruce in my front yard? I have a $250 budget.” Please remember to be reasonable in your request. To get great coverage on this type of tree, you should expect a minimum of $2,000 for the basic to $25,000 for extravagant coverage. A tree like this requires a $400 to $700 lift and is at least a day’s work, if not more.
If you wish, we'll install your lighting early so that you can save on your project, and we'll offer you a discount. Discounts are as follows.
15% off all labor for jobs preschedule by September 1st.
10% off labor for all jobs installed by November 7th.
Yes, our company installs the American-made Oelo LED product that comes in a huge variety of styles and lasts a long time. Perhaps best of all, we can establish replacements for each bulb, which is important since incandescent bulbs can now be repaired only with an exorbitant amount of money.
With Oelo, you can have light amplification for four July, Easter, St. Patty's Day, and purple birthdays. The available light color selections are endless.
Permanent lighting generally lasts five to seven years. Unlike LED lights, other companies may deliberately state that permanent lights can last up to ten years. However, four to seven years is the typical lifespan of LED lights. Unless you gelled 200 lights onto the roof of your house, you're likely to have between one and five deserted lights by year six or seven. The cost of a permanent light setup is between $3,500 and $10,000.
The average labor on a seasonal Christmas Light installation costs only $300, plus the initial LED material cost of $250. Multiply that seasonal labor cost by seven years (the life expectancy of permanent lights), and the total cost is around $2,300 with the LED product. Seasonally installed Christmas lights are thousands of dollars less than permanently installed lights.
We understand how alluring lighting color schemes are for permanent lights. If you intend to buy permanent lighting for your house, make sure to keep in mind that the setup would cost more due to the enhanced special features.
I received a text, arrived when described and they Took care of business with kindness. So worth it to leave the risky decorating to professionals. Plus one of them was quite attractive:) beautiful kind smile. Keeka and Micah were my pros!
To get a quote for your Christmas or Holiday light installation, fill out this form or call us at (801) 355-0111.