Outdoor Lights

You take a good deal of care with your interior decor, so why not give your outdoor areas the same importance? Well-chosen outdoor lighting transforms a backyard into a landscaped wonderland. There are loads of stylish designs and specific effects to choose from that range from the discrete to the melodramatic.

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Are these easy to install and can I do it myself?

For some, installing outdoor lights may be a walk in the park, but for others, it may be quite complicated. In general, it’s not recommended that you install outdoor lighting yourself unless you have previous electrical experience.

The exception to this is outdoor solar lights on spikes, which simply require being placed into the ground with no wiring work.

If you do have an understanding of how electrical installations work, don’t forget to practice safety by disconnecting the electricity supply before installation, to avoid any mishaps.

Can LED lights be used outdoors?

LED is a popular choice for both indoor and outdoor lighting. Most outdoor wall lights, outdoor ceiling lights, garden lights, bollard lights, floodlights and deck lights use LED lights or allow for a LED bulb.

When considering festive outdoor lighting such as LED globe or string lights, it’s worth checking whether the product is water tight and able to be used outdoors. It’s essential that your fixture can withstand the elements so you don’t run into any safety issues.

How do outdoor lights work?

Outdoor lights are designed to illuminate your garden, deck, home’s exterior, pathways and outdoor dining areas. They can both accentuate the landscaping and provide light for recreation.

Here are some examples of outdoor lights and their functions:
Deck lights: When used under a covered deck, these lights provide a modern glow.
Garden lights: These lights can be thoughtfully placed near trees or bushes to illuminate your garden.
Outdoor wall lights: Typically used to light up dark pathways or near dining areas.
Floodlights: Floodlights are high powered and sometimes come with a built-in sensor that activates the lights when there’s movement.

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