Shine Holiday Lighting

There is only 75 days until Christmas.  I know it seems crazy to start talking about Christmas before Halloween, but Shine Holiday Lighting locations will already be designing and installing lights at the end of this month.  We make sure that we do not install everything in October, but we have found that getting the greenery wrapped and the roof-line measured and custom cut, early helps us be much more

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Living your company’s core values: Shine Window Care and Holiday Lighting in the news The Shine Window Care and Holiday Lighting website lists “Be a Light” as the first of its 4 core values: Chris Fisher the founder and CEO of Shine explained that: “We are a business that wants to show love and kindness to all people. Our organization was built using the Bible Verse Matthew 5:16: It states: In

At Shine we want to gain our customer’s trust so they can be our customers as long as they live in their home. The only way our business works is to find a community of people and serve them well. That way they will call us when their windows need to be washed, their siding gets dirty, or they want to spice up the exterior of their homes when company

One of the best ways to keep your home or business well-maintained is to pressure wash the surface regularly. This keeps dirt, mold, and any other debris off the building so that it always looks great. Pressure washing can be used on everything from wood to brick to vinyl siding, making it a very popular service here at Shine Window Care. However, one big concern that we often hear from

Was your lighting display a little less than you wanted it to be this last Christmas? Maybe you couldn’t find all the lighting and decoration products that you wanted or maybe you just waited too long to start planning. If you want to ensure the success of Christmas lighting plans for the next holiday season, the best thing you can do is start planning now. Read on to learn about

You probably have no issues staying on top of your regular home cleaning, but there are some home maintenance and cleaning tasks that might be better left to professionals. Some of these jobs might require special equipment that you do not own, and many of these tasks could put your safety at risk. What are the Dangers? It is understandable if you want to do most of the work around

It can be difficult staying on top of day-to-day housework, let alone the deep cleaning. However, it’s good to get down and really give your home a thorough cleaning a few times throughout the year. Spring is a good time as you open up the windows and enjoy some sun after being cooped up all winter. With the rain gone, you can look around your house at what was damaged

Are you tired of spending hours taking down your Christmas lights after the holiday season each year? While you probably don’t want to go out in the cold, you probably also don’t want lights hanging around until Valentine’s Day. So the only option is to bundle up, make your way up the ladder, and bring them all down. It’s a pain, it puts you in danger, and there is another

Like any other part of your house, gutters can wear out and will need replacing over time. There are many secondary problems that are caused by improper drainage so it’s important to keep an eye out for problems. Not sure if your gutters need to be cleaned or replaced? Here are a few signs to look out for. Signs You May Need New Gutters Sagging This is perhaps one of

It’s time to get ready for the start of a brand new year…is your home clean and ready? Here are a few tips to clean your windows and get them in tiptop shape for the New Year! 1.      Wash windows with a strip applicator The outside of windows calls for more heavy duty cleaning than the inside. You won’t get them clean using Windex and paper towels. To get your