4 Reason’s to Add Landscape Lighting To Your Outdoor Living Space
Here are four reasons on why you should add CAST landscape lighting to your property's landscape:
CAST Low-voltage lighting is an ideal choice for illuminating walkways and entranceways to prevent injury. This ensures that residents and visitors can safely navigate through the property, avoiding otherwise unseen features or obstacles. Use path light or down lighting to illuminate walkways and steps, paths, driveway to keep your family and guest safe.
A prime concern for all homeowners is the security from theft, burglary, and trespassing and is usually addressed with high-voltage floodlights. A better choice is strategically placed low voltage lights that provide low illumination levels distributed evenly throughout the property. This addresses and prevents issues with glaring light and unlit regions known as “black holes” that allow intruders to hide. This style of lighting will also enhance the beauty and use of your property.
You have spent the time and money to create a unique outdoor living area, so why not enjoy it in the evening hours? Especially in the shoulder seasons and winter, lighting can transform your space! Allowing residents and guests to enjoy entertainment and recreational spaces like practice putting greens, docks, patios, decks, and other sitting or active areas such as sitting ponds, private gardens, meditation, and intimate spaces.once the sun goes down you can spend those hours enjoying your softly lit yard.
Have you been on vacation at a lovely resort that allowed you to safely move area to area on there sort after the sun goes down? Light defines textures, shapes, and structures while evoking a wide range of positive emotional responses. Excellent lighting design can create moods that range from soft and subtle to dynamic and dramatic. It can highlight features of the structure and property while maintaining a cohesive scene. Excellent lighting design not only reveals existing beauty, it creates another layer of beauty entirely. This often takes the shape of shadows on structures or the ground as well as silhouettes and scenes not encountered in the natural daylight setting. A designer is essentially creating art from the darkness.
Create a holiday feel to your landscape
Looks different when it is lit
Bring the outdoors in!
Instead of staring at a black window, a nicely lit landscape can become a focal point right in your home!