The leaves have fallen and the weather is getting colder, the nights are drawing in and the warm blankets are coming out. The festive period is on the horizon as fall becomes a distant memory. It is time to start the Christmas traditions and make your Christmas sparkle.
Home elevators are increasing in popularity in American properties as they are cheaper to install than the cost of moving home, and they enable people to stay in their homes for longer. They also allow you to live life to the full and make the most of your home – moving around every area of your house with ease and comfort.
However you celebrate your Christmas, a residential elevator helps with the preparations, making your Christmas the Christmas that you want to it to be – without compromise.
Change your home, not your life or your family traditions!
Spend time with family and friends
After the installation of a residential elevator, our customers often report that they have more energy and less aches and pains meaning that they have an increased ability to socialize and see family and friends.
Christmas is a time for connecting, and having family over is so much easier with a home lift. You will no longer need to pull luggage up and down the stairs, and bringing down the laundry becomes a doddle making it much easier to have family to stay.
So, get those invites out – remaining sociable and connected is very important as we get older.
Decorate the home
As the nights draw in and the cold closes in, we like to decorate our house and bring in all the joyfulness of yuletide.
Bring down the decorations in your home elevator, taking the strain away and making this activity fun. Get some Christmas songs on to get you in the mood. When the decorations are up, celebrate with eggnog and a cookie to enjoy the
festive feeling of a decorated home. This can be a great time to start writing your Christmas cards.
Light up your house
External lighting makes Christmas sparkle, and it is delightful to drive around looking at all the installations.
External lighting can be practical too – helping to light any dark paths or steps. Make sure any external lighting is attractive and practical. May your Christmas be both merry and bright.
Cook up a feast
Christmas is a time for feasting. Use your extra energy to get in the kitchen and cook up some tasty treats – bake Christmas cookies or decorate a gingerbread house. We often forget how fun this can be as an activity, and delicious too!
Sing Christmas Carols
Attend a local Church and join in with Christmas Carols. Singing Christmas carols really helps to get you in the spirit of Christmas, boosting your festive feel-good feeling.
It not only gets you in the mood for Christmas, but singing is also good for your lung health and strength. Singing Christmas carols boosts your mental and physical wellbeing too, so get out there and join in.
Watch a Christmas Movie
When the night draws in and everything is quiet, snuggle up under a blanket and watch a Christmas movie – you cannot ever tire of Home Alone!