Certainly, landscape lighting is one of the services that we get the most calls about. We can say that it is an easy service to provide when you have the right idea in place. That’s why we usually focus heavily on the actual design more than the setup. If you have a clear idea of what you want to do and essentially what areas you are looking to highlight, setting things up is just going to be a formality. We are sure that there are a couple of questions that you may have about our landscape lighting services, we’ve tried to answer some of them below. If you still have more questions when you are done reading, be sure to give us a call.
Setting The Blueprint
The first thing that we need to do, is to understand which parts of your property you want to highlight and how we could potentially then set up a closed-circuit lighting system around that, or figure what we need to do to have lights in those particular places. We know we talk a lot about highlighting your home’s features, you may also want though to thoroughly light up a particular area. That is also something that we can take into account and set up.
Do I Need To Buy The Lights or Do You Bring The Lights?
There are instances where people will buy the lights that they want us to install on their property at their home improvement store and just call us for an installation service. That’s totally fine, but we do believe that allowing us to be in on the design part of the process is certainly going to be a better way to obtain guaranteed results. If you buy the lights, we are not going to be responsible for a light breaking or malfunction. You can stick with the manufacturer’s warranty though.
Will Adding Landscaping Lighting Make My Bill Blow Up?
Certainly one of the main concerns that we know people have when it comes to adding more lights on their property is a substantial uptick in their electric bill. That does not have to be the case. We are well aware of the fact that you don’t want to be paying more money to your electricity provider month to month. That is why we can take steps to make sure that you don’t have to do this. Even if you are adding more lights to your property.
Setting up a lighting system around a pool area can be tough. You want to make sure that you are getting the right equipment that can handle the damp environment. Also the cabling has to be done just right to make sure that the lights are going to work and that getting in the pool won’t be a hazardous endeavor. Wrongfully connected or faulty equipment has led to accidental deaths in the past. This is certainly not the way that you want to go. Get professionals on the job and eliminate any potential risk factors!