Make the Right Outdoor Lighting Choice for Your Home and Community
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Beauty, security and cost are three main factors in an outdoor lighting project, but sometimes there’s more to consider. Many Houston-area communities have ordinances regarding the type of lighting allowed. Some neighborhoods require dark sky-compliant fixtures to reduce both light and energy pollution, or sensors and timers to regulate lighting activation.
Your John Moore outdoor lighting professional takes all of these issues into account to come up with a lighting plan that suits your home’s needs, your area’s requirements, and your wallet.
Motion Sensor Lighting
Motion sensor lights activate when they detect a person, car or animal moving nearby.
Sensors can be adjusted for both sensitivity and time of day, so lights trigger when you want them. Motion activated lights play a vital role in any home security plan, helping deter intruders from patios, entrances, garages, walkways, and yards.
Pathway and Driveway Lighting
These outdoor light sources define and illuminate sidewalks, decks, driveways and other areas.
Pathway and driveway lighting typically uses recessed or raised fixtures. The resulting look is tidy and organized, safer to navigate, and an inviting backdrop for gatherings and parties.
Spot & Flood Lighting
These outdoor lighting options concentrate light on one location or area.
They fulfill many purposes in landscape lighting plans, or can be used alone to illuminate patios, decks and driveways. A spotlight casts a narrow beam of light while a floodlight can have a larger spread and can illuminate a larger amount of space with the same wattage as a spotlight.
Like pathway lighting, landscape lighting creates a tidy, organized ambiance that welcomes outdoor activities after the sun goes down.
Successful landscape lighting uses a combination of fixtures to highlight areas and features throughout the yard, plus illuminates dark corners to deter animals and intruders.