I'm getting a bit of pressure from the kids to put up some Christmas lights this year. It's becoming a bigger thing in the neighbourhood. We have a terracotta tiled roof though so I'm not that keen to be up there for too long - I want something quick and easy. Keen to hear from those with experience about how best to attach some lights. Am also thinking a projector is a safe an easy addition.
I feel your pressure @AHoy.
Last year I ran the coloured rope lights across the front gutter of the house.
This year I'm going to use multiple lasers on the face of the house, and save the rope lights to layout along the lines of the roof. I found these to be really helpful to manage the rope lights and should ensure minimum time up on the rooftop. I use one every half a metre or so to keep the rope light lined up straight at all times.
Google "gutter hooks" and you should be sorted. No need to get up on the roof itself - just follow the lines of the guttering. Then projectors or laser lights on the house itself.
@AHoyWhat I do is make up some light gauge wire hooks long enough to tuck under your tiles and then wrap the wire around the light cable. Works a treat and no damage.
Are you putting up lights again this year @AHoy?
Stay safe everyone if you are getting up a ladder and/or climbing onto the roof!
How did you attach the to your roof. Did they just stick or did you slide it under the roof tile
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Dazller96. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for your question.
Could you take a picture of where you want to hang the lights? That will give us a better idea of what options might suit.
Please let me know if you need further assistance or have questions.