Illuminate the best features
Why only enjoy your beautiful landscaping during the day?
Our lighting department can bring
your landscape to life at night. We design to accentuate the landscape and architectural style of your home and to bring out the special beauty of the night garden. We illuminate the best features, leaving dark those you wish to conceal. Think of how stunning that Waterfall would look, lighted, or the subtle look of a softly lit stone walkway or stairway. Imagine grasses flooded from behind with light. Garden lighting also has a practical side. It helps you see where you're walking at night and discourages intruders by lighting the ground level clearly and eliminating shadows near the house. Our lighting department can tailor a 12 volt outdoor lighting system to your specific needs! What do we light? Trees and Shrubs Gardens Pathways Walkways Decks Pergola's Gazebo's Waterfalls Walls
What types of lighting do we use?
UP-LIGHTING is a technique that is utilized frequently by landscape lighting designers to emphasize a particular
feature in the yard. Suitable subjects for this technique include open structured, ornamental trees, Japanese maples, and dogwoods. The light fixtures will be shielded from view to avoid glare.
DOWN LIGHT is used if you have an abundance of mature trees in your garden, we can install lights high up in the canopy above branches and leaves. This will cast interesting shadows down onto the surrounding areas while at the same time, creating an inviting level of illumination in the surrounding area.
BACK LIGHT involves positioning a light in the same plane as an interestingly textured surface such as a brick or stone wall. This light will bring out the texture while providing reflected light into the surroundings.
PATHWAY LIGHT provides a soft subtle light for the walkway or stairway. The fixtures protrude about 20" above ground and are usually made of solid brass.
By far the most suitable lighting systems for installation in the garden environment, are known as LOW VOLTAGE. These are normally 12 volts and are therefore inherently safe. Not only are they more economical to install, they grow and develop with the garden.
Interlocking Paver Lights
Add Beauty, Safety & Value to Your Home by providing outdoor landscape enhancement products. Why spend thousands of dollars on landscaping and then see it only during daylight. Adding outdoor landscape lighting enhance and improve the value of your home.
Paver driveways are an elegant and durable way to add value to your home.Brick paving distinguishes your driveway from the rest of the homes on your block and adds a touch of class that is visible from the street. Pavers won't heat up like asphalt or crack like concrete.
We are Introducing the newest way to enhance old and new interlock pavers on the driveway, walkway, pool, or patio. The "Paver Light" was introduced in 1994 and since then has proven its durability time and time again in the harshest Canadian climates to the hottest southern US climates. Their very sturdy plastic construction can be walked on and driven on. Paver Lights are a safe, economical 12 volt system that can be applied to residential and commercial applications in new or existing interlock installations .
Low profile lights or landscaping lights give subtle illumination around the perimeter, and underwater and fiber optic lights can give swimmers a colorful underwater display.
Lighting not only enables the pool to be used during the evening, but in most cases in is integral to the overall decorative design of a pool. Lighting can be built in your pool during installation, although some you can add on to an already existing in or above-ground model.
Underwater lighting consists of light fixtures placed underwater either in the floor or walls of the pool. Underwater lights are made with strong and resistant glass and often use halogen or incandescent bulbs. Underwater lighting rims can be made of stainless steel, plastic or chrome. They are offered in different volt and watt options and feature different cord lengths. Some prefer underwater lighting for its exceptional ability to offer a lot of lighting to a pool.
Solar lights work by capturing the sun's energy and as a result they do not use any costly electricity. Some are floatable while others have a long post similar to a torch that you simply put in the ground. Solar lighting often uses batteries and is offered in a variety of different designs and colors.
Fiber optic lighting has become an increasingly popular choice for many as it truly gives a pool extra panache. Fiber optic lights run through a cable that can be placed underwater or surround the pool's rim. The cable that carries the lighting does not use electricity; rather they are housed in an external component. Fiber optic lighting offers many unique fluorescent color options and offers the homeowner great versatility. In many cases, fiber optic lighting systems provide your pool with a mini-light show.
Modify pool lighting Add or modify pool lighting to extend your poolside entertaining well into the evenings. In fact, lighting can change the entire mood of the pool at night. Enjoy the dramatically different atmosphere as late as you like! Low profile lights or landscaping lights give subtle illumination around the perimeter, and underwater and fiber optic lights can give swimmers a colorful underwater display.