Plan professional Christmas lighting installation now to secure supplies and your spot on our calendar.
2020 and 2021 have been incredible years of increased demand and shortages of supplies in the home improvement industry. From deck and patio builders to pool installation and outdoor lighting, homeowners have been eager to complete projects they've been longing to tackle. The result has been a classic supply and demand issue. Increased demand has reduced supplies. COVID19 supply chain interruptions and labor shortages have further exacerbated some of those challenges.
In outdoor lighting, we've been able to get most of the supplies we need. However, we are experiencing an unprecedented surge in requests. That demand has made lead times a bit longer than expected.
What Does This Mean for Holiday Lighting Services?
Looking ahead to Christmas of 2021, families are ready for an incredibly joyous holiday season. We are hopefully reconnecting after a year and a half of distancing. This excitement has Christmas-lovers planning early. In fact, we've already had new holiday clients signing up for our professional holiday lighting services.
While we'd love to start the holiday lighting process in July every year – this year, we urge you, it is imperative to begin the process now. With so many excited homeowners, there is very little chance of getting on our holiday lighting calendar if you wait until after Halloween.
Is There a Christmas Light Shortage?
Supply chain issues have been unpredictable this year. So far, we don't anticipate any issue with holiday lights. However, that could change in an instant, and the holiday lighting season is limited by time. In normal years, the closer we get to Thanksgiving, the fewer options we can offer to homeowners as our lighting suppliers' stock diminishes.
Our most popular holiday lighting techniques include:
For the most design option and the most flexible installation scheduling, start your professional holiday lighting journey today.
Call now to schedule your initial design consultation.