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Old 12-22-2014, 09:29 AM
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What type of light is in the last picture? It looks too big to be a C9.
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Old 12-22-2014, 05:55 PM
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What type of light is in the last picture? It looks too big to be a C9.
It's C9 but the camera is having trouble focusing. This is a common problem when the light gets too low.
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Old 12-22-2014, 11:56 PM
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That home in the first and last picture is beautiful.
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Old 12-23-2014, 01:09 AM
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Running low on great new pictures. I still have some new homes with no pictures taken yet but I may call it quits. The best website pictures have been taken already. I was past the prime picture taking hour when these shots were done. If they were not limestone homes that reflect light well it would have been a lost cause.

I was happy to finally sell a job where I was able to use the teardrop garland. I like the stuff but it's been a hard sell. Hopefully having some more pictures on my website will help.

My website is in the middle of a upgrade on the holiday lighting section.
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Old 12-23-2014, 10:08 PM
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Oner More Great Picture

OK, I do have one more good picture. This is a client I picked up last year. He had some LED Minleon C9 light from his last house in Oklahoma and I reconfigured them and added about 100' more feet. He also had about 25 sets of LED mini lights.

Sometimes you can do OK with customers who have their own lights from another house is they were professionally done. This is about a $750 install which is not a bad deal. I have another customer who had their own Light Spheres and they ended up being about a $825 install and $825 removal client. Then I sold them all new light sphere's the next year which was about $2300.

90% or more of the I have lights calls are crap but screen those calls because you may cast aside a job that would have been well worth doing.
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Starting to build about 55-60 spools for taking down the lights. Just picked up thirty new 30 gallon storage totes at Walmart for about $9 each. Justin is the guy in the one picture who is helping me out. If your in the Austin area and need a person for a carpentry project he may be your guy.

I'm going to add another level to my wreath rack but I'm hoping to skate by without having to add more steel racking. Later I need to organize my shop better and I may buy more racking to get ready for next year at that time. I have plenty of space and could probably handle storage for as many as 200 C9 type customers.
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