It's time of year when we start our exterior holiday decorations and in most cases we're going to need a ladder. That's what I'd like to focus on a little bit, the safety aspects of decorating on the outside of your home. If you need a ladder, make sure you get the right kind of ladder for the job. Make sure it's properly sized to you. For instance, they're actually weight rated. This one is for 250 pounds. And even after thanksgiving that will take care of me. So, make sure the ladder's on good, solid, firm footing. And that's very, very important. This ladder has a real nice wide base to it where you're going to get a good balanced fitting. Also, don't be going up and down this ladder with all kinds of tools in your hand. Get a tool belt and use the ladder like you were carrying nothing. One other thing, one person on the ladder. Whether you're going up or down, always be facing the ladder. Now, for the lights, to keep them safe up on the gutter. Don't just drape them over nails. You want to put the bulbs and the sockets right into one of these gutter clips. That holds them nice and firm. That keeps them from banging into the gutter, which could cause a problem. This is kind of a nice gizmo too. If you don't have a ladder, you just need to kind of lift the light strand up a little bit. This is a telescoping pole, goes up to about eleven feet. It can be real handy for your exterior decorations.