Landscape Lighting For Your Home and Landscape

The way to achieve extraordinary results from landscape lighting:
1. Choose lighting that does not overpower your landscape.
2. See the effects of the lights without seeing the source.
3. Use low voltage whenever possible. LED's are worth looking into.
4. Remember that your eye will automatically go to the brightest light source so make sure the the bulbs are receiving consistent voltage to each fixture.
Dormer Lighting
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  • Socorro Gonzalez
    on Aug 12, 2015

    Nice Ideas! We can also make our front-yard walkway more attractive and visible during nights by having lights at the border of the walkways providing the shades on the pathway. As you can see in the provided image, this can also be a wonderful idea for an attractive pathway.

    , Lighting idea for an inviting pathway
  • Andre Beluchi
    on Apr 12, 2016

    A landscape lighting like the ones in the pictures look amazing. It's giving me some ideas about maybe implementing one of the ideas to my project. Oh, I'm sure my wife would admire this type of work to be done in our yard.

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