Whether its out of a sense of pride for your community, or simply wanting to make sure people can find it more easily, many HOAs want a well lit sign.
For some projects it might make sense to DIY it or hire a handy man. But when it comes to landscape lighting design, we aren't talking about just throwing some lights in your garden beds.
There are a multitude of reasons to light the pathways around a property. We do it to boost curb appeal, to highlight where the entrances are located, but mostly for the ease and safety when traversing the property after dark. There is a sense of relief when knowing that both you, your family, and your guests know exactly where they are going. The worry of someone tripping and falling is lessened and there is a comfort knowing everyone can see where they are walking.
Starting any home project can feel risky. You never know how it will turn out, if you will like the results, but most importantly, if it will be worth the time and money spent in completing the project. This is true with a landscape lighting project as well.
Ty is one of the lighting designers here at Landscape Lighting Pro and is celebrating his 10th year with the company. During that time he has played many roles including, working in the warehouse, lighting installation, service technician, blog writing, and now sales and design! If you call to schedule a consultation for landscape lighting, you will most likely get the chance to meet and work with Ty throughout your lighting project.
Adding a lighting system to your landscape is such a simple way to elevate your home and property. An outdoor lighting system, when done right, can enhance the curb appeal and add functionality to the walkways, living spaces, and property as a whole.
When a home has landscape lighting, it makes the home inviting and approachable for both the owner and their guests. The front entrance, and path to it, is clear and well lit allowing a home owner to not only see who is approaching the home, but guides guests easily to and from.
As the weather gets cooler and the days get shorter, we can’t help but get excited for those crisp, fall evenings. Although the weather is perfect for a fire, or just a relaxing evening on the deck, the fading daylight makes it hard to fully take advantage of these nights. We are able to extend our time in our outdoor living spaces by simply adding landscape lighting.
Over looking the Salt Lake Valley, this property is the perfect place for a get-together, or a relaxing evening alone. From the fire pit, to the pergola, to the incredible pool, and stunning views, it is a true oasis. Our team had the pleasure of adding landscape lighting to enhance all the beautiful aspects this property had to offer.
Every landscape and property we light is different. Some have loads of trees and landscape, some have pergolas, some have outdoor kitchens, and some have these incredible structures and statues.
When it comes to lighting a statue or structure in a landscape, it is important to make the light subtle and elegant, yet effective. Our goal is to highlight the monuments in a dramatic way without the light being too harsh, distracting from the beauty of the piece.
Here are 3 ways we light statues and structures: