Hanging holiday decorations outside isn’t always as simple as putting a wreath on the door and hooks on your gutter to hang lights. Depending on what your house is made out of, you may need to do a little more work to get the decorations to stay where you want. The good news is, once some of this work is done once you can use it again and again. Not only next year, but even next season. This is true if your house is made of brick and you need to drill into the mortar. Brick can be a difficult material to get your decorations to stick to all holiday season long. No matter what building material you are dealing with the contractor below has a solution for you. Including how to patch up any holes that you may need to make in the process. Your outdoor holiday decorations no longer need to be limited by your house, you can put up any lights, wreaths or garland that you can dream of. Have all your decorating questions answered and you will be the envy of the block.
Whether you’re looking for a spot to put up your Christmas wreath for a week or need something more permanent, hanging decor on the exterior or interior of your home can be tricky sometimes. Where you’re hanging it makes all the difference. Here are a few of my favorite ways to hang things on Sheetrock, wood and brick — without hurting your walls.