We’ve spoken before about the industries that could benefit from balloon lighting. Here, though, we’re taking that further and looking at exactly how balloon lights can be put to use; yes, we’ll still be talking about industry-specific examples, but with more of an emphasis on why balloon lights are particularly useful.
Firstly, let’s consider the main differences and potential advantages balloon lights have over standard lighting solutions. We often speak about how transportable our balloon lights are, and that’s certainly one of the main points to consider. Without sacrificing durability and sturdiness, they’re extremely portable pieces of equipment.
Balloon lights are also relatively small. Sure, this ties into our previous points, but if a small, relatively inoffensive lighting solution is preferable to one that’s large and cumbersome, you need not look much further than these systems.
So, why is that important? Well, let’s think about the sorts of situations you might find yourself in if you’re considering balloon lighting. In one of our previous blog posts, we looked at the industries that would most benefit from balloon lighting, and came up with this list:
If we take a look at that list, it’s easy to see why portable, small-ish lighting solutions would be preferable to their larger counterparts. In all of the aforementioned examples, it’s important to be able to move things around and adapt to potentially awkward setup environments.
If any of the above sounds like it would help you out significantly, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Balloominations team. We’re based in Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, but are more than happy to travel further afield than our neighbouring towns and cities if needs be.
Give us a call on 01584 811 580, or fill out one of our online contact forms; someone will get back to you ASAP!