It’s October, which means Happy National Outdoor Lighting Month everyone!
2014 marks the second year that Outdoor Lighting Perspectives has celebrated National Outdoor Lighting Month, a month long effort aimed to educate homeowners of the benefits of professional outdoor lighting. This year focused on holiday and special events lighting.
In the past three years we’ve seen the outdoor holiday décor industry boom. More and more of our clients are asking us about professional holiday lighting options. We thought that we could use National Outdoor Lighting Month to provide helpful information to homeowners with respect to holiday and special events lighting. Our free download, available on OutdoorLights.com, provides thoughts, hints and tips on making your property its most festive for winter holiday season, a wedding or other special event.
October is the time of year where days start to get shorter and the nights longer. It also leads right into daylight savings (November 2nd this year) and is when we begin to get more requests for the holiday season. Be it holiday lights or landscape lights, outdoor lighting makes a big difference, especially during the long nights of winter and fall.
With respect to outdoor holiday lighting, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives offers a full-service option that’s stress free for the homeowner. It’s a simple 4-step process:
1. Design. One of our outdoor lighting designers will help you to create a beautiful and festive lighting display that will welcome friends and family during the holiday season.
2. Installation. No need for you to get on a ladder to string lights, we’ll handle it for you. Our team of trained installers will come to your home and wrap trees, hang lights, install yard displays, whatever your design calls for. They’ll also test each bulb to make sure everything is working as planned.
3. Take down. Just like installation, we’ll be the ones removing all of your Christmas lights after the season is over.
4. Storage. Our clients don’t need to free up space for their holiday lighting products, we do it so the following year, each bulb can again be tested prior to installation. If there are issues, we can address them in advance of your installation date.
If you have any questions on holiday lighting, please contact your local Outdoor Lighting Perspectives office. And, please visit our National Outdoor Lighting Month webpage to learn more.