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The ideal low voltage outdoor lighting system is one that is practical and aesthetic. Landscape lighting is the incorporation of eye-appealing lighting effects, not simply the purchase of lighting equipment. While planning, design, installation and the use of quality products are vital to an effective outdoor lighting system, service and maintenance are intrinsic to its continued enjoyment.


Outdoor lighting is widely used to accentuate architectural features of a home or business and more:
  • Landscape, gardens
  • Pools, jacuzzis
  • Gateways, driveways, walkways, pathways
  • Boat docks, decks
  • Waterfalls, ponds
  • Architectural features, outdoor kitchens, gazebos, statues, patios, porches
  • Security and safety lighting
  • Subdivision entrances, clubhouses
Various lighting techniques are used to illuminate architecture, trees, shrubs, gardens, landscape and water features at night, while maintaining a safe outdoor environment for your family and visitors. These enrichments are achieved through various lighting techniques, and create a three-dimensional effect:
Up lighting is a general description for several lighting techniques that use surface mounted or recessed fixtures aiming upward. This creates a dramatic effect that demands attention--thereby establishing focal points. Up lighting includes several techniques:
* Highlighting * Silhouetting * Scalloping * Shadowing * Grazing * Wall Washing *
Down lighting describes a group of effects that place the illuminating source above the target area. Down lighting can be used to light specific garden elements and pedestrian areas or to illuminate large spaces for safety, security or recreational purposes. Down lighting techniques include:
* Moonlighting * Accenting
Path lighting should be used to draw attention to pedestrian hazards such as grade changes or to illuminate surfaces that can not be reached by down lighting from trees, eaves and other architectural elements.