Christmas is almost here! You have probably been thinking of ways to make your commercial space stand out and get a lot of visitors. This year, we have prepared a few ideas on how you can prepare your commercial space for the holiday season.
Prepare your commercial space for the lighting installation.
- Prepare your commercial space for the lighting installation.
- Remove furniture, fixtures, and any other items that will obstruct access to the space. Keep in mind that we will be installing lights on the ceiling so it is important to have a clear path of operation and no obstructions above head height.
Determining where to hang and place your lights.
When it comes to hanging and placing your lights, you will want to consider a few things. The first thing that you need to know is how many hours of lighting do you need? This can range from 8 hours all the way up to 24 hours or more depending on the amount of power required. The second thing that you should consider is what types of lights are going in each location. Are they LED lights or traditional incandescent bulbs? If it's LED, then it won't take as much energy consumption but will still give off enough light for most people's needs if placed properly.
If there are any hardwood floors in your business or retail space, be sure not place them too close together because they could damage those precious hardwood floors!
Choosing a theme for your commercial space.
If you’re thinking about lighting up your commercial space, it’s important to choose a theme that matches the season and is appropriate for your business. You also need to think about how easy it will be for you to maintain, whether it’s for you or a third party like us.
Choose the right company for the right job!
When it comes to choosing the right company for your commercial space, there are a few things you can do to ensure that you're making the best decision.
- Choose a company that specializes in commercial lighting. While some contractors might be able to handle both residential and commercial customers, it's best to go with someone who specializes in one or the other if possible. Why? Because commercial lighting projects involve bigger budgets, more materials and equipment than residential projects do—and these factors add up quickly when mistakes are made!
- Choose a company that has experience with your type of commercial space. If you have an office building with offices on different floors and hallways in between them, then finding someone who works primarily on office buildings may help ensure they know how to install Christmas lights safely while keeping everyone safe during installation and removal of the decorations later on down the road (i.e., not causing any damage!).
Holiday Lighting is Coming! How To Prepare Your Commercial Space?
Using our services and how to prepare your commercial space.
Holiday lighting is the best way to make your store or office look festive and inviting during the holidays. We know that you want your business to stand out from the competition, so we’ve put together this guide on how to prepare your commercial space for holiday lighting:
- Planning Your Holiday Lighting Installation
- Selecting The Right Lights For Your Space
- Considerations When Selecting Commercial Lighting
We hope this blog post has helped you understand how to prepare for the holiday season and lighting installation. We know that it can be a stressful time of year, especially when it comes to preparing your commercial space. Our goal is to make this process as seamless and easy as possible so that you don’t have any issues during installation day.