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The perfect combination of lighting can transform an outdoor space into an oasis. Whether you want to highlight stonework, illuminate walkways or draw attention to interesting foliage, explore which techniques work best together for your layout.
Most landscape lighting today is low voltage, and with good reason. Unlike 120-volt systems, it's safer to work with and less costly to install.
Lighting up pathways, walkways and garden edges is both functional and appealing, making walking safer and beautiful. Depending on your application, you may need different techniques. lluminate sidewalks, stone pathways and lawn walkways while adding a hint of intrigue to boulders and plant beds. Spread lighting uses a path light inside a landscape bed to illuminate the plantings.
With no filament to break or burn out, LEDs can last 40,000 hours, approximately 20 years of regular use, compared with just two years for halogen bulbs. LEDs are also extremely efficient, sipping 1 to 11 watts of power versus 20 to 60 watts for halogens. That means lower installation costs due to smaller transformers and cables, lower operating costs, and reduced maintenance, for up to a 50-percent savings over halogen systems in the course of 15 years.
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