Thinking about getting holiday lights installed for your property this year but you still have some questions? Learn more about what makes S&K Holiday Lighting a great choice for holiday lighting installation services. Explore our frequently asked questions below to get answers to questions you have about the services we offer in Buffalo and Amherst, NY.
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Depending on the season, we recommend getting on our schedule sooner rather than later. Most of our clients book their service in September.
We typically tackle lighting removals in early January. If you want to keep your lights up longer than that, no problem. You can keep your lights up with no additional fee. However, lights must be removed by March.
Yes, let us know, and we'll get the problem solved within 48 hours, so long as the weather permits.
We use a three-year locked price for our installations as opposed to a higher cost the first year you have lights installed.
If you have a tree that needs more lights due to growth, we can accommodate and install additional lights at no extra cost.
We can provide you with some examples of our previous projects, or you can show us some inspirational photos you've found online.
We've been providing all-inclusive holiday lighting installation services in the Buffalo and Amherst, NY areas since 2009. We serve residential and commercial clients, create the largest displays in the area and we're Christmas Light Installations Professionals Association (CLIP) certified.
All materials are included with your installation package, including clips, extension cords, timers and more.
We connect your light display to timers that will automatically turn them on and off.
Lights and displays often get damaged and worn down by the weather. Offering lights for lease rather than purchase works out better for our clients in the long run. We'll make sure your property is decked out with beautiful lights every year. Plus, you can change up your light colors at no additional cost.
Call us, and we'll make getting a design consultation easy and stress-free. We'll schedule a time to meet at your property and go over all the details. We can provide estimates over the phone if a photo of your property is provided.
We use higher quality lights for our commercial lighting installations than what you can get at a big-box store. Our lights are custom-made to look brighter while using less power.
GFCI stands for a ground-fault circuit interrupter. This is a type of outlet used for outdoor use. If any moisture gets into the outlet, the circuit will trip and protect electrical equipment from damage. If your lights stop working unexpectedly, we can determine whether the outlet or the lights are to blame.