Landscape Lighting is essential for a number of important reasons which include aesthetics, enjoyment, safety and security. Obviously, if you cannot navigate through your landscape in the dark, you will not have the luxury of use for many hours of the evening, which for some people may be the only time they have available. This brings up another set of concerns which involve safety as well as security from intruders. If an area is well-lit, it deters criminal activity as well as accidents. Add to these the aesthetics of beautifying your magnificent outdoor environment which in some cases may be one of the most compelling reason of all to invest in landscape lighting.
Landscape Lighting is critical to your safe passage through your patio area for successful navigation around walls, up or down steps and to your final destination. With access to electric power designed into your hardscape construction, lighting can occur everywhere you need it.
Landscape Lighting on a set of natural steps where your footing must be carefully placed is essential for year-round safety. Efficient on energy consumption but big on aesthetic effects, these reliable lights provide the path illumination you require.
Your waterfall takes on new life after dark with this creative use of landscape lighting which adds a dimension of mesmerizing beauty invisible without the illumination!
Under the open rafters of your pergola which provides a romantic effect to your outdoor cocktail bar and culinary center, dramatic spotlighting at strategic points adds beauty and pizzazz to the whole setting. A whole array of lighting effects serve to add excitement to this party atmosphere which offers a "wow" factor unlike any other!
If you've got seating as part of your landscape, there are a number of lighting styles you can consider for enhancement and visual definition. Easy to camouflage electrical wiring and connections within your seating whether wood or paver stone construction, you can achieve lovely effects in combination with other garden lighting to illuminate your plantings which surround the area.