Christmas Light Installers in Pearland with Christmas Light Installation in 77584
Pearland is a city in Texas,
The area that is now Pearland had its humble beginnings near a siding switch on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway in 1882. When a post office was established in 1893, the community was originally named Mark Belt. On September 24, 1894, the plat of "Pear Land" was filed with the Brazoria County courthouse by Witold von Zychlinski, a man of Polish nobility. At the time Pearland had many fruits harvested by residents. Zychlinski saw the pear trees and decided that "Pearland" would make a good name for the community.
Pearland was promoted by developers Allison & Richey Land Company as an "agricultural Eden". The first subdivision was called Suburban Gardens. The Galveston hurricane of 1900 and the Galveston hurricane of 1915 destroyed most of the fruit trees and slowed growth for a considerable period of time, and caused a period of desertification in the area. In 1914, with agriculture rebounding and the end of desertification, Pearland had a population of 400, but a devastating freeze in 1918 was another setback to the local farming enterprises. Oil was discovered nearby in 1934, which led to the development of the Hastings Oilfield, though it did not spur much growth, as the population fluctuated between 150 and 350. From the 1970s, the town has grown to its present-day population.
In the 1800s, Pearland consisted of prairie. Residents harvested fruit and vegetables such as cantaloupes, corn, figs, pears and watermelons. In the 1930s and 1940s Pearland had many dance halls and beer joints that entertained people from the Hastings and Manvel oil fields.
By 1990, the city limits had extended into Harris County. In the 1990s, home developers began buying large tracts of land, changing the geography of the city. Former rice fields filled with houses. The historic town center of Pearland is at the intersection of Texas State Highway 35/Main and Broadway. West Pearland has a lot of suburban development, while East Pearland has older houses and, according to Maggie Galehouse of theHouston Chronicle, Pearland's "rural roots still show" in the east side. Pearland's main east-west corridor is Farm to Market Road 518/Broadway.
Retail and entertainment
Recognized as Texas' top-rated retail market, Pearland's retail sector offers residents first-class shopping and dining experiences. From 2004 to 2009, Pearland was one of two Texas cities to average double-digit growth in retail sales. Prominent mixed-use lifestyle and shopping complexes service residents with national retailers and dining establishments.
Pearland Town Center – A 1,100,000 sq ft (100,000 m2). lifestyle center. Opened in July 2008. Includes Macy's, Dillard's, Sports Authority, and Barnes and Noble. Restaurants include BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, Mimi's Cafe, and Red Lobster.
Shadow Creek Town Center – A 640,265 sq ft (59,482.6 m2). Retail and dining center. Retail stores include HEB Plus, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Hobby Lobby, and Ashley Furniture. Also houses the Pearland Westside Library.
The Spectrum District – Existing developments include Bass Pro Shop. Proposed developments include urban residential, office, and retail projects.
Silverlake Village Shopping Center – Silverlake Village is anchored by Super Target, and features a host of other national retailers including Michael's, Marshalls, PetSmart, Ross, DSW, Office Depot and Randalls. Joe's Crab Shack, Saltgrass Steakhouse, Chili's, and Carrabba's Italian Grill as some of the restaurants located here.
The Crossing @ 288 – Best Buy, JCPenney, Old Navy, Bed Bath and Beyond, Half Price Books and other stores and restaurants such as Olive Garden and Chipotle's.
Shadow Creek Market Place – (Located at NW Corner of SC Pkwy & Hwy 288) Kroger Signature store, Cracker Barrel, Bank of America, Chase Bank and other stores.
Cinemark Movies 12
Reserve at SCR – Kelsey-Seybold, Memorial Herman and HCA.
St. Luke's Emergency Center.
Shadow Creek Ranch
Eighty-three percent of Pearland is residential, which is the one big contributing factor to the high population. The city is home to many master-planned communities—Sunrise Lakes, Southern Trails, Southdown, Lakes of Highland Glen, andShadow Creek Ranch are among the most popular master-planned communities in Brazoria County. Country Place and Silverlake are in unincorporated areas near Pearland.
Culture, parks and recreation
Geri Maria Harris of the Houston Press said that while Pearland was not known for its restaurants, "if you happen to live there, you know there are plenty of places to get a good bite."
C.V. 'Vic' Coppinger Family YMCA Branch is located in Pearland.
The Pearland Parks and Recreation Department is a large, active city entity
The Pearland Natatorium and Recreational Center is a large facility dedicated to providing quality services that connects the community through people, parks, and programs.
Notable locations in zip code 77584
Pearland Volunteer Fire Department Station 2, Pearland Police Department, Pearland Public Safety Building
Churches in zip code 77584 include Epiphany Lutheran Church, Second Baptist Church of Pearland, New Life Baptist Fellowship Church
Lake: Hickory Slough
Creeks: South Fork Marys Creek, North Fork Marys Creek
Parks in zip code 77584 include: McLean Road Park, Dads Club Community Park
Christmas Lights Unlimited specializes in Large Holiday Light Displays across the United States.
Christmas Lights Unlimited will not install materials provided by clients, unless approved. All products supplied by Christmas Lights Unlimited are made to the highest quality. Products selected by Christmas Lights Unlimited must meet the follow (1) Extension Cords are marine grade with waterproof twist connectors, (2) String Light Strands are solid molded with waterproof coaxial connectors, (3) All products manufactured exceed the Canada Requirements (exceeding USA Requirements), (4) Timers designed to handled 15AMPS / Peak 1,875 WATTS / Tungsten 1,875 WATTS to support a Constant 1,875 WATTS and (5) All electrical wiring are heavy duty commercial grade wire (AWG) with thicker electrical safety coatings.
Our Christmas Light Strands cannot be purchased in Big Box Stores.
Clients must meet strict electrical requirements with dedicated outlets for safety and proper installation for Christmas Lights Unlimited Displays.