FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dallas, Texas, August 20, 2020: More homeowners and their families across the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex have decided to stay at home during the global health crisis. This stay-at-home behavior has led homeowners longing to improve the interior and exterior of the home.
With an added emphasis on the home’s appearance, more homeowners are seeking landscaping services such as Christmas light installation in Dallas and Fort Worth Christmas light installation.
The demand for these services is expected to increase with the holidays right around the corner.
More people are anticipating the holiday season and are starting to decorate early, especially those who are working from home. They are spending more time outside and doing what they can to interact with others.
Tory Smith, owner of DFW Lights says, “Holiday lighting is a part of the landscaping industry which has already observed unprecedented demand this summer as more folks improve the exterior of their homes. We expect the same spike of demand this holiday season.” The health crisis is leaving people depressed and anxious. Decorating for the holidays early provides more opportunities to spread cheer throughout the community where residents can walk around their neighborhood or drive to other homes to see Christmas lights.
What about businesses?
Dallas / Fort Worth businesses have the reputation of displaying beautiful Christmas lights and décor every year. But how will DFW locals observe these lights with businesses closing or switching to an online platform?
Commercial Christmas light installation is already seeing higher demand this season. Like homeowners, brick-and-mortar businesses want to put some holiday cheer into their customers and in the community, even through the roughest of times.
In addition, professional holiday lighting companies are doing what they can to appease Dallas / Fort Worth home and business owners while social distancing.
Installers are using technology to communicate with clients rather than host face-to-face consultations. They follow proper sanitizing procedures and installers reduce sharing equipment among each other. Even with businesses closing and Dallas / Fort Worth residents facing unemployment, the Christmas light installation industry is expecting a surge of business this holiday season, especially from residential projects.
About the Company: DFW Lights (dfwlights.com) installs Christmas lights and décor for residential and commercial customers across North Texas. They provide free estimates and can consult on-site or remotely to bid on the project, which ensures customers receive the design they’re envisioning. DFW Lights is in its 14th year of business and prides themselves on their customer service and they aim to be courteous and professional to all customers.
Tory G Smith
3930 Glade Road
Colleyville, Texas 76034