by Lee Wyatt
(last updated February 24, 2009)
Installing exterior Christmas lights can be a daunting task for anyone. After all, we have all heard those anecdotal stories about when people are hanging their Christmas lights on the outside of their home they get hurt, have some kind of problems, or—well, basically everything under the winter sun. After all, this has become a necessary plot element for just about every modern Christmas movie (i.e., Christmas Vacation).
It just doesn't begin to feel like Christmas until you begin to see those twinkling little bulbs everywhere you look, does it? Instead of either waiting till the last minute to install your exterior Christmas lights, which can exponentially increase the danger, or paying someone else to do your chores for you, why not do it yourself? It's simple and easy, as long as you know what to do. Just use these guidelines and you are going to have no problem installing your exterior Christmas lights.
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