I'm sure a lot of the market for this service is people with more money
than time, but there's also the seniors who want lights but are getting
too old to put them up themselves. Also, in some cases it's a matter of
safety and having the right equipment.
I've been tempted to hire someone to put lights along the edge of the
roof on the second story of our house. It would look great to have
lights up there but I can't reach it even with my neighbor's 18'
extension ladder. Actually, if I could just get some hooks installed,
maybe I could hang the lights myself using a really long pole.
BTW, to deter the vandals, this year I switched to rope lights in the
areas nearest the sidewalk. It wouldn't stop someone really determined
but should cut down on the casual bulb-breaking and bulb-stealing,
which were the problems I had last year.
Catch up with the times, not a Tesla Coil, a mid-power laser.
Paint anything you want on the house (or the neighborhood), just watch
out for burn in.....
BTW, Putting up other peoples lights is pretty big business here in
Denver, what else are all those landscaping businesses going to do
during the winter? Of course, they also shovel walks, drive ways and
parking lots, but that's just to keep them busy till spring.
On Wed, 07 Dec 2005 01:34:03 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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