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Solar Lighting does not require any wiring and is the most energy-efficient way to light your outside space. It also costs nothing to operate and is better for the environment. It is not ideal to light large areas and does not provide sufficient illumination for cooking. It's best when used to highlight pathways and garden features.
Back lighting aims the light onto surfaces behind the object that you want to be lit. Backlighting is a good way to accent landscaping in your garden and can light up fences, trellises or walls.
Up lighting can be used to create shadows and patterns of light to make the most of fountains, gardens and your home. The best way to use this type of lighting is to place it in front and below the object to be lit.
Accent lighting will allow you to highlight certain favourite features such as garden topiary, plants, trees, carvings, windows, doorways and fountains. Install the lights a short distance from the feature and angle the beam to shine directly at it.
Deck lighting can be purchased in different sizes, colours and materials to match and outline the shape of your decking. Light emitting diodes will give you low energy outdoor lighting for the modern garden. There are many kinds of design available with all manner of finishes including stainless steel, natural copper and brass finishes.
Underwater lighting is the perfect way to get the most out of your garden's main feature. Underwater spotlights use long life, low energy led. modules or halogen lamps. They can be used to light water features such as fountains, ponds, waterfalls, statues, water walls and wall fountains. Lighting through water will cause the light to shimmer and refract, bringing another dimension to your garden.