Hanging outdoor string lighting is an easy project, but does require some planning. You need the right product, the right tools and a design in mind when hanging your globe string lights. The first thing to do is measure for both your string lights and the cable guide wire you need for spanning across any open spaces. When measuring for the lights, be sure to take into account enough length to get to your electrical source, and with the cable guide wire, be sure to order enough to loop the cable back on itself at all mounting points adding about 12 inches to each span should be sufficient.
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How to Hang Outdoor Christmas Lights: 7 Essential Tips and Looks
The Ladder Free Christmas Light Hanger - Hammacher Schlemmer
If this is your first time in the world of lighting especially connectable lights then it can be a little confusing to begin with. Follow our guide below for an easy way to hang Christmas lights on a house, and you should be fine! To begin with, we state with all of our outdoor lights that the plug should either be plugged indoors, or in a weatherproof outdoor socket. This depends on the cable being thin enough to ensure that the window or door can still be closed and locked with the wire running out our low voltage connectable lights are usually suitable for this. If you need to run a number of plugs, and sockets are unavailable, you can house plugs and gangs in our weatherproof dri-box range, which can be left outside permanently. This is probably the easiest of assemblies when it comes to installing lights outdoors. Our connectable range are normally the lights that we recommend, as you can just connect each light string together as it runs up the tree.
Christmas lights, no outdoor outlets
The roof is one of the most popular locations to hang Christmas lights and often the first project in any outdoor Christmas display. To make sure your lights hang just right and hold tight across your gutters, shingles and peaks this holiday season, it helps to begin with a plan! With that said, here's a summary of our plan to help you create the perfect light display:. It may be helpful to sketch a basic diagram of the outside of your house when planning your lights to visualize the hanging surfaces and outlet locations and also determine which lights and clips will be best.