Attaching Christmas Lights Using Extension Ladders

Juan is installing Christmas lights at the top of a very tall Plano home today.  The safe way to work on a ladder on this kind of a ladder is to have someone at the foot leaning backwards underneath.  Notice Yanes is pulling the ladder by leaning underneath it instead of holding the ladder by pushing it from the front.  That makes it much easier for him to hold the ladder for a long time plus, by pulling, he is putting all of his weight on the ladder.

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Attaching Roof Lights at Dallas Baptist University

My daughter, Shelby, is helping me attach roof lights at Dallas Baptist University.  Since it’s a commercial Christmas light installation, there aren’t any shingles to clip onto so  she’s putting an adhesive onto the edge of the roof.  I’m following her with parapet clips – small plastic wafers that stay permanently on the  roof.  We’ll let them dry and then the next day we’ll be out to slip our shingle tabs onto the clips.  At the end of the season we’ll leave the clips in place and simply slide the tab out from underneath it and box the lights up.

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Tree Lights at Dallas Baptist University

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Lynn and Luis are installing Christmas lights at Dallas Baptist University.   This will be the centerpiece of their Christmas celebration so it has to be done right.  We have already put 300 c9 LED lights which are the lights we use on your roof. Right now Lynn and Luis are installing several thousand c6 LED lights which are about the size of a jalapeno.  When we are done you’ll need sunglasses if you stand near it.  During the celebration the students will hang handmade decorations on it.

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