The refurbishing phase, what we sometimes call “refurb” for short, can be an extremely complicated process; but it is a critical one. Here's what you should know.
Have you taken a selfie lately? For most people, the answer is yes! We were #ElfinAround this past season with our custom designed selfie stations.
Preparing, installing, and implementing a holiday program will require a basic understanding of a few electrical terms. You may find the electrical work overwhelming, especially if you've never dealt with it before.
Transform your city into an enchanted world of vivid colors and imagination. Your residents will immediately feel the holiday spirit as they experience festively-lit exhibits featuring environmentally friendly LED lights and decor.
One of the biggest challenges when decorating outdoors is finding decor that looks good both day and night. Here are a few of our favorite pieces that shine bright during all hours.
Did you see us in Las Vegas last month? Our elves were at the Las Vegas Convention Center for ICSC's RECon, the world largest global gathering of real estate professionals.
Whether you’re decorating towering street poles or more pint-sized poles, adding different types of light pole decor to your holiday ensemble is a powerful way to turn drab, utilitarian poles into impressive pieces of wonder.
If you've worked with electrical products before, you may have noticed a label that a CSA or UL label on the packaging. If you are wondering what they mean, we are about to tell you. Underwriter Laboratories UL stands for Underwriter Laboratories, which is an organization that develops and evaluates safety standards for lighting and other electrical products in the United States. When a product includes the UL logo, it means that it has been tested and verifies for safety by UL. The packaging may also include location-specific labels. These are important to understand where you can use your decorative elements. A few you should pay attention to when decorating for the holidays season include the following. Dry Location- Applies to fixtures designed for indoor use. Damp Location- Indicates that the light fixture can be used outside in an area protected from direct contact with water Wet Location- Signifies that the lights can come in direct contact with water, and elements, such as showers and saunas. Canadian Standards Association CSA stands for the Canadian Standards Association. The CSA Group is an internationally recognized organization that tests electrical and mechanical products and those that might be considered riskier. A product that has the CSA [...]