OUTDOOR CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS —
PARKS, COMMUNITIES & HOME OWNER ASSOCIATIONS



Property managers often hire Christmas décor of South Caolina to decorate their parks, homeowner associations, shopping malls, apartment complexes and any other commercial sites.

Commercial Christmas Decorating

The benefits of holiday decorating for these type businesses and institutions are that it brings them to life and makes them inviting. With the daylight savings time changing around then the hours of daylight decrease.

Outdoor Christmas Lighting

White twinkling lights allow potential customers or homeowners know that even though the weather is not the best they can look forward to the holidays being right around the corner. Studies have shown that commercial businesses with holiday lighting have an increase in traffic of up to 50%. As customers drive by they are able to see the lights that are on stating the store is open and has a welcoming atmosphere.

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Outdoor Christmas Decorations

Holiday and Christmas lighting is about making people feel good and more receptive to your establishment.

Some of the homeowner associations and commercial establishments that we have worked with are:

  • Sea pines Resort
  • Harbor Town area
  • Daufuskie Island Lighthouse
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Pawley’s Jewelry
  • Mount Pleasant Seafood Market
  • Harris Teeter
  • The town of Daniel Island
  • Barefoot Creek & Resort in Myrtle Beach
  • Drunken Jack’s in Murrell’s Inlet
  • Dave’s Dockside in Murrell’s Inlet
  • Chelsea Joe’s Restaurant in Myrtle Beach
  • Seacoast Church
  • Fresh Field Farms on John’s Island
  • Brickyard Plantation in Mount Pleasant
  • Dunes West and Dunes West Golf Club in Mount Pleasant
  • Seaside Farms HOA in Mount Pleasant
  • Santee Cooper Canal State Park in Moncks Corner
  • McElvene Chevrolet in Mount Pleasant
  • Rick Hendrick Chevrolet & Honda in Charleston, SC
  • The City Marina in downtown Charleston
  • The Market at Oakland, Mount Pleasant, SC
  • BMW & Audi dealership in Columbia, SC
  • The Ronald McDonald House, Charleston, SC
  • Renaissance on Charleston Harbor, Mt. Pleasant
  • Print Solutions in Mt. Pleasant
  • Billy Swail’s Insurance company in Mt. Pleasant
  • Melvin’s Bar-b-que in several locations
  • Bessinger’s Bar-b-que in Charleston
  • Town of Awendaw
  • Carolina One Real Estate (various locations)
  • Family Circle Tennis Center in Daniel’s Island
  • Ryland Homes in Charleston
  • My Favorite Things in Isle of Palms
  • Causey’s Barber Shop in Mt. Pleasant
  • First Citizen’s Plaza in Daniel Island
  • Providence Baptist Church in Daniel Island
  • Lacey Mortgage in Mt. Pleasant
  • The Summer House in Summerville
  • Glen Law Firm in Mt. Pleasant
  • Hill Construction in Charleston
  • Lamar Company in Charleston
  • Anchor Commercial in Mt. Pleasant
  • The Noisette Company in North Charleston
  • Woodward Point HOA in John’s Island
  • Southern Real Estate in Mt. Pleasant
  • Creek Ratz in Murrells Inlet
  • Horizon Bay in Myrtle Beach
  • Taco Bell (various locations)
  • Grand Strand Dermatology in Myrtle Beach
  • Dunleavy’s Pub in Sullivan’s Island
  • HNC Healthcare (various locations) among others.

 

These commercial establishments have already realized the return on their investment of having their operation seem alive during this festive yet cold and darker season of the year. Holiday lights will brighten and warm up most any establishments as these companies have witnessed.

Outdoor Holiday Lighting

White lights are commonly used throughout the year to add pizazz and special effects. Greenery, bows, wreaths and daytime décor should come down soon after New Year’s , but white lights can often enhance an establishment during January and February as the SC law allows temporary lighting to be installed for up to 90 days. This helps brighten up the evening during the daylight savings time of year.

For Outdoor Christmas and Holiday Displays including:

» Professional Installation

» Proactive Maintenance

» Take Down & Storage

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