Create a Festive Atmosphere with Outdoor Lighting, says PHS Greenleaf

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As businesses start dusting off their decorations ready for Christmas, PHS Greenleaf recommends outdoor lighting as a great way to create a festive atmosphere- but remembering health and safety in the process.

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At PHS Greenleaf, we offer a full range of outdoor lights for the festive season which can tempt customers into the building.

It might be that what’s on the inside counts, but when it comes to the hospitality and retail sector, the exterior can be just as crucial. When a bar, restaurant, shopping centre or hotel looks good on the outside customers are tempted in, and this is never more apparent than at Christmas time.

That’s why companies looking to add a little festive cheer to their premises this winter should start planning their exterior decorations ready for December. PHS Greenleaf, market leaders in Christmas tree hire, believes that outdoor lighting is the ideal way to create an inviting glow.

Stuart Price, Managing Director of PHS Greenleaf, said: “At PHS Greenleaf, we offer a full range of outdoor lights for the festive season which can tempt customers into the building.

“Last year, we introduced the new Starburst range, which is already proving popular again this year. Each of the Starburst lights are made up of 420 warm white LEDs formed into a bright explosion. Supplied in sets of three, these are ideal for trees or on business facades.

“PHS Greenleaf also offers LED outdoor lights in a variety of other styles, including netting lights, icicle lights, curtain lights, and twinkling buxus balls. And for the more traditional tastes, our exterior Christmas trees come complete with LED lights and stand up to 50 feet in height.”

But PHS Greenleaf also reminds companies of the safety considerations when installing outdoor lighting. Poorly stored, old decorations can become unnecessary hazards, and each year Christmas lighting contributes to injuries and damage to the workplace itself.

Stuart Price advises businesses to use a reputable company when choosing exterior lighting. He said: “At PHS Greenleaf, our outdoor light products are safety tested and securely installed by a fully trained and qualified team, including an electrician where necessary.

“PHS Greenleaf can also provide you with the necessary method statements and certificates for complete peace of mind about the high standards and safety of our work.

“And because we know the festive season is often the busiest time of year for the retail and hospitality sector, our team will install your outdoor lighting at any time of the day or night to avoid disruption to your business.

“Put the glow into your Christmas with outdoor lights from PHS Greenleaf, and enjoy the festive season with complete peace of mind.”

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About PHS
The PHS Group is a leading workplace services provider, and has traded in the UK since 1963. It has a diverse service portfolio aimed at improving work and leisure spaces, while making life much easier for facilities, building and people managers.

PHS really does ‘do more than you think’, providing products and services for:

  •     Crate rental and packaging
  •     Interior and exterior planting
  •     Laundry equipment and workwear
  •     Matting and flooring
  •     Records storage and management
  •     Shredding and recycling
  •     Testing and compliance
  •     Washrooms
  •     Waste management
  •     Water machines
  •     Workplace consumables

PHS provides these direct to UK companies, and also operates as a tier one supplier to the facilities management market, supporting the integrated service propositions of most of the major FMs.

The PHS Group’s annual turnover for the year ending March 2012 was £422 million. It employs around 5,000 personnel, operates from a wide network of 153 regional service branches, and takes care of over 250,000 customers at over 450,000 locations in the UK, Ireland, Holland, Belgium and Spain.

http://www.phs.co.uk/greenleaf/christmas-tree-hire

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