Full Service HOA Holiday Lighting Services
We cater to many HOA’s in Middle Tennessee. Discover what makes us different, and you’ll never have to hunt for another Christmas lighting company again.
Nothing adds to the holiday spirit better than a festive neighborhood! At Light Up Nashville, we understand the complexities of working with a HOA board and ensuring everyone is happy andExit Visual Builder comfortable. Our goal is to help HOA’s stay within their budget while getting the best quality holiday decor for their money.
We only install LED lights, which will significantly reduce the energy consumption compared to incandescent bulbs (energy savings up to 90%). We understand many communities have had bad experiences in the past with other holiday lighting companies. Work with Light Up Nashville this holiday season and the residents of your community will contact you with compliments, not complaints.
We have the experience to make you neighborhood shine! We work with many communities in Middle Tennessee including:
- The Governors Club in Brentwood, Tennessee
- Avalon in Franklin, Tennessee
- The Highlands in Spring Hill, Tennessee
- McLemore Farms in Franklin, Tennessee
- And many more!
Get Full-Service Home Holiday Lighting From Light Up Nashville
We have an in-depth process to ensure we exceed your expectations.
Our design team will assess your space, then design a custom holiday lighting design that perfectly matches your vision and budget.
We only sell and install top of the line commercial grade LED lights and greenery and we back our lights with an unmatched 5 year warranty.
No mess, no interruption, no hassle. Our team installs your lights professionally and efficiently; you don’t even have to be home.
We make sure your lights are working the moment they’re installed. Something wrong? Call us and we’ll be there in 24 hours.
When it comes to removing your lights, our motto is, “Better than before.” We’ll even schedule a post-inspection trip.
We’ll store your holiday lighting and décor, so you don’t have to worry about finding the space or what’s on deck for next year.