Some folks take down their Christmas decorations after New Years, and others don't even wait for Santa Claus's foot prints to cool off. Once I left our live Christmas tree up in the basement until well into February. It looked great from a distance, but if you sneezed on it there would all of a sudden be several inches of pine needles on the floor. Looking back now it probably wasn't the smartest move I ever made.
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Sounds light a resourceful idea. The only problem that I can see arising is a light bulb getting broke during the year, and then the whole string of lights doesn't work when Christmas rolls around.
Yeah, you just have to be careful, but if they're high up on your house, it would be difficult to break one anyway.