A new holiday lighting option available in PC
Christmas Dcor by Senske, a Sandy-based holiday decorating business, expanded its reach to Park City this year. Senske Lawn and Tree Care, which joined with Christmas Dcor, a western United States franchise, now has approximately 60 clients in the Park City area. Tony Fisher, branch manager for Christmas Dcor, said clear landscape lights are popular in Park City, along with window lighting, garland and wreaths for home residences and commercial businesses.
Christmas Dcor by Senske offers lighting for both artificial and fresh-cut trees.
"You would be surprised how many lights you can get in a small tree," Fisher said, adding that a standard 7.5-foot tree will hold 1,500 to 2,000 lights wrapped from the inside out. Fisher said prices usually range between $1,000 and $14,000 for lighting and decoration servies. He said the $14,000 project in Park City involved the lighting of over 40 outdoor trees. Chris Senske, president of Christmas Dcor by Senske, said the lights are custom designed to fit specific areas and buildings, such as the perimeter lines of windows and roofs. The company also sells icicle and snowflake combination lights on metal frames that attach to the eaves of homes and resist wind. Holiday motifs that can be displayed outside, such as waving mechanical santas and chu-chu trains, may also be purchased and installed. Lit and unlit wreaths range from 24 inches to 16 feet wide, and lit and unlit garlands are provided to dress up the interior of home railings and walls. The franchise company, Christmas Dcor, has six branches that serve 10 communities in Utah, Washington and Idaho. Senske said Christmas Dcor by Senske began lighting and decoration work in Park City in September. "Once the snow gets up its pretty hard to get much work done outside," Senske said, "and it gets pretty hard to trudge through the deep snow." For more information call (801) 330-7212 or visit http://www.senske.com.
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