“My wife and I love Christmas and are big ‘Christmas Vacation’ fans and big Disney fans,” homeowner John Storm told ABC News of why they go all out with their decorations. “We do it out of our love for the holidays. My youngest daughter picked the ‘Let It Go’ song for this year.”
The Storm family has been setting up insanely extravagant Christmas light displays since 2010, which has attracted a festive following over the years.
“People come out with their camp chairs when we have the music running and we have a nice evening with everyone,” said Storm.
It takes three weekends to set up the elaborate holiday light scene, “but work has been ongoing all year,” he explained. “Lots of programming, soldering wires together, etc.”
Storm isn’t even sure how many lights are incorporated into his decorations because he “stopped counting at 25,000 since that is how many Clark Griswold had on his house,” he said referring to the Chevy Chase character in "Christmas Vacation."
The electricity isn’t too expensive, either— less than $15 for the entire season.