Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Christmas Light Installation Fort Worth

The magic of the Christmas. Friends and family celebrating the wonders of the season. This can all be enhanced and the joy heightened with just the right decor. Dazzling decorations illuminating your home.

But we all know that with Christmas comes the decorating. But who has the time? Who has the design experience? The electrical knowledge?

We do. We're the premier Christmas decorators who are thoroughly trained and specializing in matching your style and preferences to perfectly capture your love for the season. We know you want it done correctly and promptly and that's exactly how we work. We're convenient and we'll make your Christmas decorating very, very easy. We look forward to helping with:
  • Design
  • Lights
  • Decorations
  • Manpower

We are Fort Worth's premier, professional decorating company.

Merry Christmas.

The Grass Guy Lawn Care & Christmas Light Installation


Christmas Light History

The illuminated Christmas trees became a Christmas tradition in Germany during the Early Modern Period. The illuminated Christmas tree became established in the United Kingdom during Queen Victoria's reign, and through emigration spread to North America and Australia. Until the development of inexpensive electrical power in the mid nineteenth century, miniature candles were commonly (and in some cultures still are) used.

The first known electrically illuminated Christmas tree was the creation of Edward Johnson, an associate of inventor Thomas Edison. By 1900, businesses started stringing up Christmas lights behind their windows. Christmas lights were too expensive for the average person; as such, electric Christmas lights did not become the majority replacement for candles until 1930.

In 1895, U.S. President Grover Cleveland proudly sponsored the first electrically lit Christmas tree in the White House. It was a huge specimen, featuring more than a hundred multicolored lights. The first commercially produced Christmas tree lamps were manufactured in strings of multiples of eight sockets by General Electric. From that point on, electrically illuminated Christmas trees, but only indoors, grew with mounting enthusiasm in the United States and elsewhere.