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Old 08-05-2009, 03:27 AM
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full blown christmas lighting

Alright heres my deal, i live on top of my city where every one drives by i have a ranch style stucco house, i will post pics tomorrow. I want to go wild with christmas lights, from the mulch to the yard to the house to the roof. I need guidance so i dont overload my electrical, i dont need flashing colors and figurines i just want evrything lit up, if possible almost every single inch of my property, like i said i will post pics of my house to let the lighting guru's tell me whats up. thank ahead guys
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Old 08-05-2009, 09:38 AM
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www.planetchristmas.com Check out the FORUM and join up! For the DIY person they are an excellent place for ideas and tips and tricks. There's also a LOT of detail in the electical end of it as well.

As you may guess, I'm a member and Christmas light nut...
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Old 08-06-2009, 09:06 AM
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Chuck at Planet Christmas is a nice guy. For the type of decorating you are talking about- they are your best source of info. We tend to do more what the top 1% want, which is a little more understated. good luck.
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