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Old 10-09-2012, 01:55 AM
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Here you go Clays..Try some HDI Products and get in the affiliation.. Good Luck and Decorate!
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Old 10-09-2012, 04:59 AM
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THis house is abou the size of mine, the blizzard LL above, gonna b way to brite, c-9/s will also be way to bright.

Do all roof lines including ridges with c-7, place garland on railings like you show in one of the pics, the mixed noble will look inredcible, I agree also with the gift boxes, I was hemming and hawing over it when i typed the last one. If you go to my facebook page (search Celebration Lighting) you will see a house where I actually do the roof lines with Icicle LL, mini in the bushes, three gifts boxes, and mixed noble garland on the pillars.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:08 AM
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Here you go Clays..Try some HDI Products and get in the affiliation.. Good Luck and Decorate!
Greenbaylawns,
Thanks for the help! How much do you pay for the program you are using? I have just started with holiday decorating and only did two houses last year so I am not sure if I could afford such cost right now.

Is there any way you could use the new picture and put the c7 lights on the roofline and peak. The lady likes simple elegant ideas and oinly white lights. I like the idea of the wreath at the top around the vent. I appreciate the help in advance man!
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Old 10-09-2012, 12:57 PM
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Here is a quick example of c9 and some minis on the bushes..can't really see them..then a walkway lit up
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The software is $100 bucks there is also an estimating program that is 100. They really take the time out of every thing, simple design and you can use any of the holidynamics (hate typing that out) products.

Give Mike a call, he won't pressure you into anything, and you can and will get straight answers from him. He is a no bs sort of guy. Before I signed the paperwork, we must have spent probably 40 hours or so on the phone discussing different things.

There is not enough I can say about him, and really the support you get from the entire staff. There are always bumps, but all in all, some of the product is second to none. The light links are an amazing piece, the mixed noble foliage is just outstanding.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:11 PM
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The software is $100 bucks there is also an estimating program that is 100. They really take the time out of every thing, simple design and you can use any of the holidynamics (hate typing that out) products.

Give Mike a call, he won't pressure you into anything, and you can and will get straight answers from him. He is a no bs sort of guy. Before I signed the paperwork, we must have spent probably 40 hours or so on the phone discussing different things.

There is not enough I can say about him, and really the support you get from the entire staff. There are always bumps, but all in all, some of the product is second to none. The light links are an amazing piece, the mixed noble foliage is just outstanding.
Who is Mike and how would I contact him? I keep trying to get on holidaybrightlights.com and it will not come up with anything.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:26 PM
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The c7 and C9 thing don't work to well with the software but you get the point..Like Addicted said, Call Mike with HDI. And If you need me to keep making you samples, 15%. Just make the checks out to Me. LOL good luck
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I don;t know what his official title is, probably something as long as the name lol. He is the guy you want to talk to about membership or whatever they are calling it now.

You won;t find holiday bright lights any more, they reorganized after last season and the new name is Holidynamics. 1-855-505-6046 and just ask for him.
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Anymore ideas for this lady?
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May be a dumb question, but how do you make shrubs with mini's in them look good without cords running all over the flower bed? What is the best way to connect power to a wreath in the top gable? She has one outlet in the front, and one in the back of the house.
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