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Is there a minimum that I need to spend?

Yes, we typically have a $2,000 minimum, which will give you a gorgeous holiday display.

What areas do you provide Christmas, & Holiday Lighting Design Service?

Red Nose Lites serves Middle Tennessee including: Brentwood, Franklin, Nashville, Belle Meade, Mt. Juliet, Hendersonville, Green Hills, Gallatin, West End, Hermitage, Bellevue and more!

Have more questions?

Call us for a FREE Estimate at (615) 595-9686, or email us at ContactUs@RedNoseLites.com

We are looking forward to speaking with you and brightening your holiday this year! 

When is the best time to call and get on your installation and removal calendar?

As soon as possible! We are not kidding when we tell our customers that we begin getting calls and emails in June and July! Try, if at all possible, to book with us by the end of September. It's important to get on the calendar early if you want a prime installation and removal date. With the installation and removal schedule, it is first come, first serve, and dates get booked quickly. Give us a call as soon as you can and we will make sure you are on our calendar and all set for beautiful Christmas lights this year!

Am I buying lights and decorations?

No. At Red Nose Lites, you are purchasing a service which is exactly what makes your entire lighting experience completely hassle free! Give us a call to make an appointment for a free design consultation for more information on all of our services. We are happy to help!

How does your service work?  How do I get started?

First, give us a call or send us an email and we will get you on our calendar ASAP for a free design consultation. We will meet at your home or business to discuss any ideas you may have for your Christmas or holiday displays. We will offer our suggestions to create a beautiful, balanced, and customized lighting look. During our consultation, we will go over the display's design, price, and add you to our installation and removal calendar.

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