FAQs

 


Frequently Asked Questions


Why Pay for Lighting Installation?

Installing lights can be a dangerous time consuming charge and hard to accomplish with out the proper knowledge or tools. Eave and Ridgeline lighting are dangerous. The trained professionals at Bright Christmas can eliminate these concerns for you and allow you to spend more time enjoying the holidays with out having to spend a large amount of time on decorating the outside of your home or business. We provide all the necessary tools and lights, so sit back and let us take care of the work.

Why Bright Christmas?

We are a subsidiary of Early Bird Contractors, serving Southeast Idaho for Over 37 Years! We strive to bring you the best product and professional installations services. We believe strongly in doing the job right and don’t accept payment until the jobs is completed. We back up our work with a satisfaction guarantee and will stay until the job is done. If a bulb goes out or any other problems arise just give us a call and one of our trained professionals will be out within 48 hours to fix the issue.

Are You Insured?

Yes, Bright Christmas is a registered business and carries general liability for both your home and our Employees.

When is Payment Due?

Typically all payments will be due at the completion of the work you have ordered.

How Much Does Lighting Cost?

Lighting cost can vary but know few installs are less than $500.00. We provide free estimates so you can know how much your vision will cost.

When Do You Start Doing Installs?

We start doing installs in October. This may seem early but some people like to have the lights up and then can decide what day they want to turn them on. The sooner you schedule the better as we get pretty well booked up from the middle of November on.

Do We Use Your Light or Ours?

Bright Christmas uses commercial grade lighting products; we can and are willing to use the customers light at an adjusted rate. However since we do not own the lights we cannot guarantee them and you may be charged for maintenance if a technician has to come out and repair them or replace burnt out bulbs.