By Kathleen. Outdoors. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 05:16:01 AM.
We started to create our outdoor lighting scheme about 5 years ago. My spouse and I were charmed by the simplicity and beautiful effect or the outdoor lights of a French restaurant in our town. Since that time we have experimented with many different variations of outdoor lighting designs. Our scheme is a work in progress and it gets tweaked each year. Some years we use a lot of string lights while in other years we use spot lights and twinkly lights. We generally tend to stick to white lights although we sometimes use the odd colored spotlight to great success.
If you are looking for security lighting for a business or an office area then you will be better off with the option of proper security lights. Security lights are quite big and bulky and give off a lot of light to cover the grounds of the site. They can be set to sensor powered which means they will only light up if motion is detectored and will remain on for a period of time such as 15 minutes.
Finally, choose lighting that is low voltage. These shine better than solar powered lights, without running up your electric bill too much. Also, low voltage lighting will not fade as your party heads into the late hours of the night. Solar powered light will fade. So turn your outdoor space into a cozy living environment with outdoor lighting. You will enjoy the beauty of a well light patio or porch and be able to entertain until the wee hours of the night!
When we name solar post lights many people dislike it because of the investment they have to make. But you have to think long term. Within months you will save money on your electricity bill. It is a proven fact that those lights consume much less than the traditional lights. Also keep in mind that solar lights come with a good warranty.
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