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Paint a Picture with Landscape Lighting

Our Vice President, Todd Director, recently appeared on Better Connecticut to discuss the many benefits of landscape lighting. He showed Scot Haney one of our clients’ homes in Wethersfield, who did a fantastic job with landscape lighting, as well as our extensive inventory of low voltage products.

What Is Low Voltage Landscape Lighting?

Landscape lighting is a great way to improve the aesthetic value and security of your home. When you shine a light on your home, garden and trees, your property not only looks breathtaking at night, but helps to deter intruders.

One of the best features of our landscape products is low voltage lighting. Line voltage is very dangerous wiring that needs to be trenched very deep in the ground. On the other hand, low voltage wiring is safer and can be added at any time during a design project. For example, as your rose bushes continue to grow and change appearance, you can continue to build on landscape lighting.

Design Landscape Lighting from Start to Finish

Our lighting experts are eager to help you design the landscape of your dreams. When you come to us with photos of your property during the daytime, we will recommend fixtures and placement that fits your needs. We also offer on-site consultations, where we perform this assessment at your home.

At Connecticut Lighting Centers, we have a design room for landscape lighting that imitates what a property may look like at night. We can show you how to illuminate walkways and highlight trees with post lights, uplighting and spotlights. Rather than imagining what the fixtures will look like, you can see for yourself in our simulated setting. Plus, when you visit a showroom at night, the path is lined with lights that are constantly changing. Our customers get a real feel of how their walkway would look when the sun goes down.

What are you waiting for? Spring is the perfect time to start your landscape lighting design project. Contact us today to learn more!

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