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debtoews

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About debtoews

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    Clovis, CA
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    Registered Nurse

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    Lularoe, Nursing
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  1. Mini Tree?

    we use 3 tomato cages from Lowes that cost around $2 a piece, zip tie them together at the top, make a super string out of the lights (because we use 4 colors- RWBG) and then zip tie the super string to the tree form. We have 216 mini-trees on our 34 home display. We can make them in our sleep!
  2. I currently run 34 houses...each house has its own channels assigned and controllers. We use ELL's to transmit and receive the data signal to each each. We use a visualizer and each house is represented. Each house runs at least: $ colors on upper and lower house eves and 6 4-color mini trees in the front yard. This makes sequencing easier. I dunno how far you are wanting to go with this, but if you plan to expand to more houses, make sure you have a game plan. It makes things easier when you have a standard for each house. Feel free to reach out to me if you need any more help. Good luck!
  3. Multiple house controller stand

    Be careful what you wish for! lol This is an incredible amount of work that goes on almost every single day of the year. Also, you will get to know your neighbors in ways that are good and bad. The bad sometimes get really ugly so just a heads up. Never ceases to amaze me how neighbors can allow you to do all the work and carry the financial burden and then have no problems just sitting back, watching yet bragging to their friends about their project. Make sure you consider this and more before including others. Even tho they know nothing, they can try and gain control over the project. If you're OK with that great, then it wont be an issue for you. Good luck!
  4. Multiple house controller stand

    We use ELL's and have several networks. Trying to connect everything via Cat5 cables would be insane!
  5. Hallelujah Christmas - Cloverton

    Have you all heard the Veteran version of this? Its incredible and a free download for the song :-) https://www.sailorjerrimusic.com/hallelujah
  6. Sugar Plum Fairy- remix

    debtoews@comcast.net thanks!
  7. Sugar Plum Fairy- remix

    Anyone got a good one done and willing to share? Thanks
  8. Whip Nae nae

    can i get it also please? debtoews@comcast.net thanks!
  9. Multiple house controller stand

    50- because we have 5 different networks and need some to "jump" the data to the other streets. We are 3 streets together for the event.
  10. Multiple house controller stand

    That is a picture of only half of what we use. We are close to 100 controllers!
  11. Now Sharing ~ Smokin~ Boston singing faces

    I would like a copy please- thanks debtoews@comcast.net
  12. Multiple house controller stand

    24 inches tall by 11 inches wide.
  13. Multiple house controller stand

    this is for 19 houses :-) plus we have 15 more houses so even more! thanks
  14. When your doing 34 houses- you gotta be organized. Hubby made these stands out of 1 piece of 2 X @ furring strip and painted them black. 2 16 channel controllers fit on each one. He will put a surge protector on the side. We will over with a black plastic garbage bag for rain. Best part is the connections wont be on the ground!
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