1. Low start-up costs – the materials to install lights are relatively inexpensive, so start-up costs can be kept low.
2. Flexible hours – you can work in the evenings or on weekends when customers need you most.
3. Chance to make a difference – customers will appreciate your efforts, which can be important during the holiday season.
4. Good way to supplement income – installing lights can provide a steady stream of extra income throughout the holiday season.
5. Opportunity to network – you’ll come into contact with potential clients who may hire you for other services or refer you to their friends.
1. Seasonal work – the holiday season is the busiest time of year for Christmas light installation businesses, meaning there’s limited potential to make money during other times of the year.
2. Weather-dependent – bad weather can affect your ability to install lights and slow down your work.
3. Risk of injury – installing lights can be dangerous and there’s a risk of injury from slipping off ladders or coming into contact with electricity.
4. Long hours – you may have to work long hours during the holiday season in order to meet customer needs.
5. Reputation management – you may need to manage customer complaints or negative feedback in order to maintain a good reputation.