Top tips for getting your Christmas sparkle
- ‘Tis the season for adding sparkle to your home, but not at the expense of your family’s safety. To light up your Christmas without the risk, chuck out your old 240V decorative lights and replace them with LED ones. Check out places like Bunnings for options that are cheaper and far safer – especially if you have pets with a penchant for chewing through wiring or inquisitive young children.
- For outside lights, don’t dangle power cords through windows or load up power boards with multiple lights. Instead, use external power points – they’re easy to install, more convenient and much safer. They’re ideal not just for Christmas lights, but year-round for outdoor entertaining. You can even have an internal switch installed so you can turn the points on or off without the bother of going outside to do it.
- For a truly smart Christmas, there are Bluetooth timers that allow you to activate your Christmas lights from your smart device – so no more getting out of bed to check whether you have turned off your Christmas lights.
We can help with all your external power and lighting needs. Give us a call on 0418 442 578 or email email@example.com to arrange a time for us to visit you.
Problems with your garden lights?
With October’s heavy rain, some people are finding their old 240V garden lights are playing up. Don’t risk the same scenario happening again. Instead, it is cheaper and easier to start afresh with LED lights. Plus, they are safer, more energy efficient and last longer than traditional 240V lights. In fact, a small investment now will give you attractive and fuss-free garden lighting ambience for years to come. So call us to book in your upgrade.
Special gift for our first January bookings
December is always a crazy busy month. But if your job can wait until January, now is the best time to book it in.
If you are one of the first 30 January bookings, you will receive a free 4-gang powerpoint upgrade.
To book now and lock in your project for January, contact us on 0418 442 578 or firstname.lastname@example.org