Throughout our 32-year history, we have installed Christmas light displays in Woods Cross UT and many other places.
The scope of our Christmas lighting design services is as diverse as it is flexible. Whatever it is you would like to illuminate, we can custom design a detailed light show that will last you all the way through the holidays.
We are proudly bound by all in Woods Cross UT laws, using only legal specialists and holding all personnel thoroughly covered by workman's compensation insurance and liability coverage. We are sure that our results and our product line will meet or exceed your expectations. We do not authorize prior to the completion of your installment if our work is not completed.
Founded in 1989, with more than three decades of operation, our company is one of the longest-standing lighting companies in Woods Cross UT. Our management team has more than 100 years of combined experience handling holiday lights decorations, and there is nothing we haven't encountered in our work.
Please contact us by phone at or via our website and let us know what kind of job you're seeking. Within 24 hours, we will get you an online estimate for your job or send you a quote through text message.
Once you have made the payment and set up an appointment, we will begin working for you. In many cases, this begins within three days.
Our lighting installers arrive on time or call if running late. Lighting installation technicians are well trained and qualified, completing most jobs in only a couple of hours.
Our Christmas light installers will perform a professional installation. Light strands are customized to fit your residence, cords are hidden out of plain view, timers automatically turn your holiday lights on and off, and connections are made and waterproof (no black tape or wire nuts with us.) All job sites are cleaned better 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.
The decorations in the Christmas tree are removed with the same care in which they were installed. Removal takes place in January, and you do not need to make an appointment.
After the holiday season has passed, you'll be able to conveniently store your holiday lights with us free of charge, and our storage service will supply you with a receipt of all items stored.
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 that if we placed twice as much light in your home, business, or tree, the cost would double. If you wish to keep the price down, it is best to not do all sides of your home. If you wish to add trees, smaller trees are always less costly.
Unfortunately, we’re not charging the same price we did 33 years ago. Our pricing increases over time as the cost of materials, insurance, and labor increases. We try to keep our pricing stable for at least three years. We adjusted pricing in 2008, 2013, 2018, and 2021. This last increase has a lot to do with the labor market and gas prices over the past 24 months.
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 original property board features two lights and will cost around $350 to install and take away the lights that are positioned on the peak of the home's roofline. Even so, the quantity and measurements of roofline lights can fluctuate, irrespective of the square footage of the house.
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.).
Larger trees can be more costly, depending on the number of strands involved. Also, remember that a two-story house averages 28 feet in height, and if your tree is the height of your home, it’s at least 28 ft. tall. A 28 ft. tree can cost anywhere from $300 to $2,000, depending on how many lights you want installed.
Some people frequently ask, Will you do my 50 ft. spruce in my front yard? I have a $250 budget. Please be reasonable when you make your request. To get extensive coverage of such sort of tree, you ideally need to receive no less than $2,000 for the basic $25,000 for elaborate coverage. This sort of tree requires a $400 to $700 lift and more, as extensive as a day's labor or more.
Sure, we would love to help you save! If you would like to be one of our customers who get their lights installed early, we'll gladly give you a discount! The discount is as follows.
15% off all labor for jobs preschedule by September 1st.
10% off labor for all jobs installed by November 7th.
Yes, we do install an American-made LED product called Oelo. Not only is it one of the longest-lasting LED products on the market, but we can replace each LED independently. This means we can repair our permanent product, adding years to its operating life span and reducing overall cost.
With Oelo you can have fourth of July lights, Easter lights, St. Patty Daylights, and even purple birthday lights. The color options are endless. www.oelo.com
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. So, if 200 lights are installed in your home, the seven to ten-year return on investment average per light would be $3,500 to $10,000.
The cost of installing seasonal Christmas lights, including labor and LED material, is $300 per year. Multiply that long-term expense by seven years (the life expectancy of permanent lights), and then 7 total years (the life expectancy of LED lighting) multiplied by $250 will give you the total cost of the light and material at $2,300.
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.
Micah and Keeka did an amazing job! I added tree lights this year and my house looks beautiful! They were very helpful and kind, will definitely be using their service for many hears to come!
To get a price quote for your Christmas or Holiday light setup, fill in the form or call (801) 355-0111.