Christmas-Light Installation for a One- or Two-Story Home from C.D. Northwest (Up to 75% Off). Three Options Available.

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Expert roofers decorate rooflines and trees with holiday lights

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 24th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Valid within 25mi of downtown Portland. Lights must be checked and in working condition prior to merchant arriving. More than 150 ft. of lights subject to $2 fee per/ft. 8 ft. max height for tree and bush work. Extra fee for additional cords, inflatable items, LED and icicle lights, more than 2 trees or bushes, color or style lights, and roofs over 9/12 pitch. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $199 for a Christmas-light-installation service for a one- or two-story home (up to a $795 value)
  • $469 for a Christmas-light-installation service for a one-story home including lights (a $900 value)
  • $499 for a Christmas-light-installation service for a two-story home including lights (a $1,350 value)

Sure-footed crews will climb ladders to attach up to 150 feet of lights onto a roofline and place lights on two trees, with up to 150 feet of lights per tree. Customers must provide lights for the first option, and the second and third options both include the necessary stands of lights, a solar timer, an extension cord, and a storage box. For the second and third options, two extension cords and a storage box are also included. For all three options, crews provide roof-attachment clips and will schedule return visits starting the first full week of 2013 to remove the lights.

C.D. Northwest

In 2009, current owner and native Oregonian Chris Peterson revived his family’s defunct, nearly 20-year-old roofing business with the decision to make eco-friendly practices the foundation of C.D. Northwest’s roof-strengthening services. Chris threw all the know-how he had gained from growing up with the company and the knowledge he accrued earning a degree in business administration into reopening C.D. Northwest’s doors. Now, Chris and his small crew of dedicated workers tend to roofs on commercial buildings and residential homes, from bungalows and ranches to three-story Victorians made of glass. That eco-friendly mission has held fast, forming the basis for even the most basic services, such as scouring roofs with a nontoxic cleaning chemical. To keep Mother Nature and karma on its side, the team at C.D. Northwest continually contributes to a variety of charities including Friends of Trees and the SMART program, which aims to teach kids how to read.

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