Properly designed lighting can make such an impact in a landscape. That is why we have chosen to sell Kichler Landscape Lighting; they are a leader in the industry. Their quality and warranty will exceed your expectations. There are many different lighting effects that can really make a difference.
When starting to design your lighting system here are some things to consider:
1. Safety First – Lighting should be used to illuminate your home and provide security. Identify dark areas around your home.
2. Identify features that should be illuminated. Look carefully at your landscape, residence or building. Identify unique features, such as plants, trees, fountains, pots, and architectural details, that could be highlighted.
3. Think of different ways to light these areas. Step lights, downlights from the home or trees, path lights, under water, back light, spot, or flood all provide different effects.
4. Place flags in the landscape near the areas you have identified. Measure distances between them and make a list.
With this information our staff can help you pick the right fixtures for your landscape and choose the transformer or transformers to power them properly.
Another Note: Consider different transformers to set moods. Not all your lights inside are on the same switch.
We have everything you need – wire, fixtures, transformers and bulbs. Let us help you light your landscape.
Below are many types of light effects.. Many more fixtures can be seen at www.landscapelighting.com
Hardscape lights can be used to illuminate steps or placed under wall cap or on outdoor kitchen. It gives a cool glow from a low key fixture. These are available in both LED and Incandescent.
Underwater lights really make a water feature come alive. Consider using them on ponds and fountains. They are often placed at the base, creating a glow across the water. Underwater lights can be either LED or Incandescent.
Dreamscapes Landscape Center
6100 E. 104th Ave.
Northglenn, CO 80233
Telephone: 303-288-8877 • Fax: 303-288-8855
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