When do you start getting into the ‘holiday’ season? November 1st is commonly accepted, though Halloween enthusiasts might disagree. Regardless, there’s a common thread between all of them: Electrical decorations.
Who doesn’t want a giant inflatable jack-o-lantern/turkey/snowman in their yard? But aside from the big stuff, having well-lit walkways and candle alternatives is important for visitor safety, especially when dozens of children are likely to stop by.
Keep your family and loved ones safe this holiday season (plus save some change on your electric bills) with these tips on Halloween lights and safety.
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