Outdoor Landscape Lighting
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Landscape lighting to create mood, increase safety and increase property value.
If you’re interested in outdoor and landscape lighting in Cary, NC, Apex, NC or throughout the Triangle then Turf Works is here for you! We are experienced professionals that understand the intentionality and care it takes to design the proper mood-setting lighting environment outdoors. Please give us a call today at 919-946-7313. Installing outdoor or landscape lighting can be a great addition for lawn care as it offers more beauty, safety, and curb appeal. Care must be taken when mounting lighting systems to avoid damaging plants or disturbing their photoperiod, as many plants depend on a certain period of darkness to bloom. We will employ a variety of mounting techniques to ensure your space is properly lighted without harming elements of your landscape.
Outdoor lighting and landscape lighting for your Cary, NC commercial property, apartment complex, or single-family home can help extend the usable hours of a given space, and can drastically alter the mood of an environment. There are many different types of lighting systems available, using different kinds of light bulbs from LEDs to CFL bulbs and traditional incandescent lights. Some lights will be used more for effect, while others will be meant to cast as many lumens as possible. Typically, the brighter the light is the more expensive it is to operate, as the energy uses are greater.
Landscape Lighting Options
Low-Voltage Outdoor Lighting
A low voltage lighting system operates on a 12-volt system, which requires a transformer to function. There are multiple advantages over a 120-volt system for smaller properties. These systems are energy efficient and can offer more light output, and the risk of electric shock is minimal.