Frequently Asked Questions

The cost of your display depends on the size and number of stories of your home and where you would like the lights to be installed. Extra features such as trees, bushes, and path lighting will also determine the price of your display.
They are not. We rent our holiday lights to our customers. This allows us to maintain our product in a manner to keep them within warranty with the manufacturer and maintain the highest quality for our customers.
Yes, we would be grateful for the opportunity to design a custom package that makes your home or business extra special this year.
A&D Christmas Lighting Installation provides complete services for Christmas and other holiday lighting. We provide commercial grade LED lighting and all the essential extension cords, photocell timers, and any clips, stakes, or ties, to properly install your display. We do install clients previously owned décor or lighting,, but we can not guarantee your lights if we use them.

Here are a few reasons why you should use our service:

Hassle free install and no worries if a light(s) go out. We are there to keep everything working.

Installing, removing, and storing lights is time consuming

The ability to change your design colors every year. Since you are renting the lights, you are free to change the color scheme you would like to use year to year without having to buy all the lights yourself

The most important reason: installing holiday lights can be dangerous without the right equipment

If you notice any defects in your display, contact us and your service call will be addressed within 24-48 hours.
We only install commercial grade LED Christmas lights to ensure the best quality. We do not use or install big box store Christmas lights.
We usually install warm white lights for rooflines and pathways, but other colors are available. Red, green, blue, purple, yellow, white, and warm white are available.
We use commercial grade clips to attach our lighting to gutters and roof tabs that slide under shingles for all roof lighting. To outline windows and doors with lights, we use adhesive that easily comes off at the end of the season.
For exterior lighting, most of the time our customers do not need to be at home during the installation. We can complete the installation whether you are home or not. In some cases, the power supply access may be inside the garage behind a locked fence or gate, and in that case the home owner would need to be home.
A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is a device that shuts off an electric power circuit when it detects that current is flowing along an unintended path, such as through water or a person. When it rains, water can sometimes get into the plugs of your lighting. While it is our practice to install your lighting with these protected, occasionally water will still find its way into the lines and trip the GFCI. Once it has quit raining and the lines dry out, you can simply push the GFCI reset button on your outlet and the lights will come back on as intended.
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