Christmas Light Installers in Seabrook with Christmas Light Installation in 77586
Seabrook is a city in Texas, with some water surface area located within Chambers County.
History - Seabrook is known for its fish markets on Waterfront Drive where resident shrimpers and fishermen bring in their catches daily. Besides bordering the bay, the city encompasses marshes through which runoff from inland fields drain to the bay. The piece of land was purchased by Seabrook W. Sydnor in 1895. In March 1903, the Seabrook Company of Houston created a layout of the proposed Seabrook Town site. The new town attracted fishermen, merchants and even a few residents.
The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 demolished the local school, but by 1905 it was restored and was run by three teachers who taught 100 students. The local schools became part of the Clear Creek Independent School District in 1947. The population of Seabrook rose from 200 to 560 before the Great Depression, but fell to 200 in 1936, and remained at 400 from 1940 until 1947, when the Albert and Ernest Fay shipyard opened. It could handle 150 boats, and opened up jobs and is the main cause of the population increase. Despite damage from Hurricane Carla, a bridge linking Seabrook and Kemah was completed in 1961. With the opening of the bridge and the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Seabrook's population rose to approximately 6,000.
In 1986, the decision was made to start the construction of a fixed-span bridge that was tall enough for sailboats to pass under. After this bridge was finished, Highway 146 was linked all the way from Galveston to Texas State Highway 225. This spurred a further increase in the population of Seabrook to its present level of nearly 12,000 people. Seabrook's residents are quite diversified and are employed in a variety of professional positions. Quite a few residents have ties to the chemical and oil industry as well as the NASA space program.
Arts and culture - Boutique in the historic downtown section of Seabrook
A historic downtown area was constructed in the early 20th century and it stands today, with many locals running their businesses. Most are antique shops or bed and breakfast places.
Seabrook is host to the Texas Concours d'Elegance "Keels & Wheels" classic car and boat show held each year the first weekend in May at Lakewood Yacht Club. The Seabrook Festival of the Arts is held annually on the grounds of Seabrook City Hall and Community House at First Street, where artists exhibit paintings, sculpture, textiles, jewelry, wood works, photography and musical performances by Texas musicians. The festival is sponsored by the City of Seabrook in cooperation with the Art Consortium of the Texas Gulf Coast.
Parks and recreation
Pelican Project - A heron on the water in Seabrook
The goal of the Pelican Path Project has been to improve Seabrook’s identity as a community and one of the largest migratory paths in North America, and a bird sanctuary to both the brown and white pelicans. The project also displays connectedness of the city by its many bed and breakfasts, close family values, available water attractions and its unique downtown of small businesses.
Most businesses in Seabrook have purchased a pelican from Pelican Project and have customized it to represent their type of business, as well as the city of Seabrook. This project has not only attracted tourism to Seabrook, but united the businesses of the city. Artists from all over Texas have participated in this project, which has attracted future plans for more cultural art projects in Seabrook.
Seabrook trail system
There are 8 miles of continuous trails from Hammer Street to Galveston Bay at Pine Gully Park, where the Lucky Trails Marathon is run in March. The trail system was built from crushed granite, which connects most of the city's parks, including Robinson and Pine Gully Parks. The trail system traverses habitats for a wide variety of wildlife.
In addition to the city being designated as a bird sanctuary, the city includes four sites on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail. The only other site in the Clear Lake area on this Texas trail is the Armand Bayou Nature Center.
Notable locations in zip code 77586
Seabrook Shipyard Marina, The Landing Marina, Lakeside Yachting Center Marina, Lakewood Yacht Club Marina, Marina Bay, Parkside Marina, Blue Dolphin Yachting Center Marina, El Lago Marina, Seabrook Volunteer Fire Department Station 1, Seabrook Volunteer Fire Department Station 2, Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department Station 6, Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department Station 9, Taylor Lake Village City Hall, El Lago Police Department, Seabrook Police Department - Administration, Seabrook Police Department, Bay Area Museum, City of Seabrook Fire Department, Port of Houston Authority Fire Department Station 4
Churches in zip code 77586 include First Baptist Church of Seabrook, Seabrook United Methodist Church
Lakes: Taylor Lake, Clear Lake
Streams, rivers, and creeks: Taylor Bayou, Armand Bayou, Horsepen Bayou, Boggy Bayou
Parks in zip code 77586 include Rex L Meador Park, Miramar Park, Friendship Park, Community Park, Clear Lake Park, Bay Area 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.
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