With Christmas fast approaching, most people start to think about celebration, spending time with loved ones and hanging as many decorations as they possibly can. This can often be an informal competition in a typical suburban community as neighbours vie for supremacy, but it can also present a challenge to anyone who is in charge of a large commercial property. If you operate a sprawling warehouse or "big box" store you may want to go the extra mile this year so you can attract even more people to visit and earn some more revenues at the end of the year. How can you outshine everybody with your Christmas light display?
Plenty of Potential
The beauty of your facility is that there's plenty of room for ingenuity. Your retail area may be spread over several floors and the main structure has vaulted ceilings. So long as you can reach into all these-hard-to-access areas, you should be able to make a spectacular impression.
However, you may be worried about accessibility and cannot imagine sending workers up some rickety ladders to try and string those fairy lights. While they may be able to do this to an extent, you're hardly likely to maximise the use of the space due to the physical constraints encountered.
Yet there is much on the line as this is the most important month when it comes to retail and commercial sales. In this case, you need to bring in some equipment to help you get all the way up to the top of your property, so you can begin installing those decorations with earnest.
Equipment for the Job
To do this, you will need a portable boom lift and you can rent this piece of equipment specifically for the purpose. It has an extendable, telescopic and manoeuvrable arm attached to a safety bucket and can be precisely manoeuvred when extended to its full height. You will need to conform with the basic safety requirements and make sure that the operator knows what he or she is doing, but if you do, the results will be amazing. You will be able to design a very futuristic Christmas light display that is sure to take your customers' breath away when they first see it.
Doing This Properly
Bring in a designer to help you work out where everything needs to go, so it looks as professional as possible. Then you can get on the phone with your equipment hire specialist and bring in your boom lift so you can put it all into place.