Christmas Lights Installation: The Clips

by | Nov 11, 2014

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Everyone has done it. Used a staple gun, cup hooks, or electrical tape to install their Christmas lights. You do have a choice. Here at Christmas Light Source we have a full line of commercial grade clip that are used by installers, businesses, and cities across the country. We’re going to show you each of them one by one, so you’ll be able to match the right clip to your job. So come along and let’s take a look. This is an All-In-One Christmas Light Clip. It’s been used for years in commercial application. You can see that it’s sturdy but flexible. It’s primarily designed to be used with C7 and C9 bulbs and cords. You just simply clip it to the top of your socket.

This is an All-In-One Christmas Light Clip. It’s been used for years in commercial application. You can see that it’s sturdy but flexible. It’s primarily designed to be used with C7 and C9 bulbs and cords. You just simply clip it to the top of your socket.

This is the All-In-One Clips Plus Christmas Light Clip. And you can see, it’s a little smaller and finer than its friend the All-In-One Clip. So, this is normally used with C7 and C9 sockets as well. And so, like the All-In-One Clip you just firmly install it on your own socket. Our Curtain Lights are making a special appearance today to show you how we’re going to use the Icicle All-In-One Clips. You can see it’s kind of short and it’s got a little hook to just snap onto your Icicle set for easy installation. Quick and simple.

This clip is tailored for installation on tiled roofs. So if you’re installing on a tiled roof look for our All-In-One Tiled Clip. Now this is one of our most popular clips, especially for businesses. And I’ve got quite a few hospitals who love to use this along their flat roofs. You can see one side is for C7 and the other side is for C9. And you know that works for either incandescent or LED. You just nearly snap, you install this with your own screw, nail, or adhesive silicone and then just snap your sockets and bolts right in. Planning to install Christmas lights along the ridge of your roof line? This Ridge Row All-In-One Clip is exactly what you need for that application. You can see it will clip right in to the ridge of your roof line and then clip on like all our other all-in-one clips.

To round out our All-In-One Christmas Light Clip line, I want to show you the LED All-In-One Christmas Light Clip. As you may have noticed most of the All-In-One Clips are tailored for C7 and C9 Christmas lights. Well, if you have LED Christmas light sets that you are trying to install I’m sure you’ve noticed that the bases are much smaller than the traditional sockets. So, we have a specially designed clip that fits right on to these sets.

Now, leaving our All-In-One Clip Line we’re going to take a quick look at our Original Shingle Tabs. This is the Original Shingle Tab. It’s easily installed under the edge of your shingles for a nice, crisp look along your roof line. The second product in our Original Shingle Tab Line is the Bi-Axial Clip. The Bi-Axial Christmas Light Clip can either be installed like this or like this, which you could also shift depending on how you wanted the lights installed along your roof line.

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