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23Dec 2019Metal Buildings

Ho Ho Ho! Santa Claus is Coming to YOUR Metal Building!


The countdown for Christmas has finally begun! Most people have already put their Christmas trees up, decorated their front yard with figurines and blow-ups, fixed the lights on their front porch, and wrapped all the presents. And while we know how fun it can be to prepare for this holiday season, we also understand how pricey it can be. But with these quick tips, you can have your house and your prefab steel building ready for Santa Claus in no time! And the best part? It can all be done on a budget!

Get Your Metal Building Ready for a Sparkling Christmas!

If you're as crazy about Christmas as we are, you're probably going to decorate every inch of your home. But why not go the extra mile and decorate the metal building in your backyard? Not only are the buildings themselves cost-effective but decorating them for Christmas can be too! By doing so, you can add to the curb appeal of your property and be the talk of the town - in the best way possible.

  • Start with a Christmas Tree - Everyone loves a good Christmas tree, and for many families in America, decorating the tree is a tradition. A Christmas tree can be the perfect addition to your prefab steel building, no matter if it's pre-lit or real. You can even continue your family tradition and have your kids lend a helping hand while you decorate!
  • Put Up a Few Lights - What's even brighter than the lights you put on your Christmas tree? The lights on the building itself! With such a large variety of lights to choose from, you can have a chic look with classic white lights or go for a more outgoing look with colorful lights. Either way, no one will miss your metal building.
  • Add a Few Accessories Outside - Who says you have to stop at Christmas lights? Add a few more decorations outside your prefab steel building to match your front yard. A few reindeer, candy canes, maybe even a few blow-up snowmen! No matter the accessories you choose, be sure to make yourself happy above all else.

What Are You Waiting For? Start This Christmas Season in Your Metal Building!

Whoever said you had to stop decorating for Christmas once you finished your house? Here at Coast to Coast, we firmly believe that the Christmas spirit doesn't have to stop there. With the tips we've listed above, you can prepare your prefab steel building for Santa Claus and your family gatherings. If you'd like to know more about how these structures and how you can customize them for the holiday season, feel free to give us a call today at (866) 681-7846 to speak with a building expert. And don't forget have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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