St Nick’s celebrates 15 years of holiday lighting in Southern California

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When Nicholas Adams started his own holiday lighting business as a 14-year-old, he probably never dreamed that it would eventually evolve to become the leading event lighting company in Southern California.

“Our clients love the holidays, but have limited time or just don’t want to scale the ladder, buy the decorations, or untangle the lights. We can help!” Adams said. “We decorate everything from simple houses to grand apartment buildings. Give us an idea and we are happy to develop an overall design.”

St. Nick’s Christmas Light Service, which was founded in 1994, will handle the hassle of hanging Christmas lights so you don’t have to.

In fact the holiday light hanging service did so well, it has grown into a year-round, full-service company that provides customized, temporary indoor and outdoor lighting display for a variety of special events. Although Christmas lighting is still St. Nick’s main focus, the company maintains a full calendar the other 11 months of the year with birthdays, tea parties, anniversaries and weddings.

This year, St. Nick’s Lighting Service celebrates its 15th year in business. “That’s 15 years of literally bringing light to peoples’ lives,” said a company press release, adding that it’s their “personal approach that brings back customers year after year.”

“We closely collaborate with our clients to master their visions,” said the company. “St. Nicks understands the power of innovative interaction when it comes to plugging into each of our clients’ customized lighting creations.”

In addition to custom Christmas light displays, St Nick’s also provides set up services for Christmas trees and wreaths.

Based in Long Beach, St. Nick’s Lighting Services, travels to hang holiday lights for clients throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties. For more information visit www.st-nicks.com or call (562) 438-0017.

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  1. ME says:

    Good for St. Nick’s. Those guys do a fantastic job.