Garden Lighting Advice

The outdoor lighting range includes uplights, downlights, spotlights, floodlights and underwater lighting. Outdoor lights are built to last. They are constructed from durable materials such as cast and machined aluminum, copper, brass and stainless steel.

Garden lighting will help to enhance and enable you to enjoy the natural beauty of your garden throughout the seasons. It is highly advisable to put lighting at your house entrance. It will provide the right level of visibility for yourself and for your visitors. It will be easier to find the keys and put them into the lock.

Lighting effects in the garden should be subtle but provide enough light to allow you to spend a comfortable amount of time outside during winter months. It shouldnt, however, impact your neighbours.

Outdoor lighting has come a long way since simple floodlights. Now it is available to suit just about every need to complement the style of your home and garden.

For security and safety reasons, your garden should be well lit. You can put [LED Lighting] to illuminate trees and flowers. This type of lighting will also add colour to your environment. You can put in a PIR for maximum security. You will find Garden Lighting in our Products section with a large choice of outdoor lamps.

There are numerous areas in your garden that might be lit for various reasons. Rather than highlighting the whole garden, focus on some parts of it. It will create a nice atmosphere and interesting shadows.

Dining areas are worth lighting to enjoy meals after dark. Ponds, paths and steps need to be well lit not only for aesthetic reasons but also for the sake of safety. By using the right light you may even obtain the effect of your home being more inviting for your guests and less inviting for intruders.

Low voltage outdoor lighting offers you safety as well as ambience and architectural interest. This kind of lighting has many advantages over traditional main sources. There is no need to disturb the landscape by digging deep to hide the cables. Whats more, they are safe to use around pets and small children. Another advantage is that this type of lighting is more energy efficient and cheaper to run.

Before installing the low voltage lamps, arrange for proper placement. Develop a layout plan. Think how you want the lights to work: you may want to illuminate steps, trees or statues in the garden. Take a walk around it and map it all out on paper. This will determine how many lights youll need.

For paths, walkways and stairs, tier lights or bollard lights are worth considering. They direct light downward. Some tier lights have removable tops to direct light straight up. Spotlights direct light up from the base of trees and provide shadowing effects.

You can also choose decorative lamps such as globe lights, tulip lights, miniature lanterns, copper ivy lights or net lighting.

For safety reasons you may wish to install floodlights. To give maximum control and flexibility, place them on a separate circuit. These lamps usually contain a halogen light source that provides a high level of light.

If you have a water feature in your garden, lighting this area can look amazing. If you place the source of light around the edges, it will reflect off the waters surface. Waterproof fittings can be put inside a pond but you need to make sure they are safe to use.

Being in possession of a beautiful garden, you, your family and friends will want to spend the most time possible there. Unfortunately English weather might not be that encouraging to stay outside long. Luckily, we have got a solution use one or a few of our Heat Lamps and enjoy staying in the garden as long as you like.