Types Of Outdoor Lighting

Many homeowners choose to add outdoor lighting to their property for a variety of reasons. It can make entertaining at home easier, increase curb appeal, and make it safer. There are many options available for outside light in Brookfield, each one suited for its specific purpose.

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Accent Outdoor Lighting 

These outdoor fixtures are designed to draw attention to certain aspects of your landscape such as a tree or sculpture. You can divide them into two types: downlighting (illumination directed downwards) or backlighting (illumination creating silhouettes and shadows).

Low-Voltage Outdoor Lighting

These fixtures are ideal for those who don't want to have to hire an electrician to install new fixtures or outlets. They can be either solar-powered, compatible with existing outlets, and are therefore very easy to use. 

Because they use very little electricity, low-voltage lighting is often used to light driveways, paths, and decks. Solar-powered outdoor options are represented by a decorative stake, which is driven into the ground and connected to a pathway. The photocell turns on and off the light.

Security Outdoor Lighting

These fixtures can be used to illuminate areas on your property that are too dark at night, or for added security. These lights will light up large areas of your yard making it difficult for intruders to hide. Security lighting is now controlled by a sensor that turns it on only when it is required.

Submersible Outdoor Lighting

These fixtures can be used underwater, as the name implies. These lights can transform your spa, pond, or fountain into a decorative feature. They also make it safer to use at night. To aid night vision, submersible outdoor fixtures can be used in areas where water is not excessive.