An Australian family has set the Guinness World Record – again – for the most Christmas lights on a residential home.
It took 502,165 lights and 31 miles of wire, but David Richards and his family reclaimed the title.
The Canberra family set the record in 2011 with over 331,000 lights, but lost the title to a New York family with more than 346,000 lights in 2012.
Each month's electric bill for this holiday spectacle tops $2,345. Lucky for the Richards family, a local power company has offered to foot about $2,300 worth of the bill.
Richards say most of their neighbors support the display, but there are a few who haven't spoken to them since they set the first record.
"I have always loved Christmas. Having the Christmas lights with the community coming in and sharing it is a time when you get to know people you probably should know better, I guess," Richards says.
The spectacle is open to the public and the family is accepting donations for charity. Watch the video to see more of the display.