You have spent countless hours landscaping your lawn. You have spent thousands of dollars fixing up the exterior of your home. Still, something is missing. What about lighting?
The right lighting can really add to the overall aesthetic value of your property, highlighting gardens, pathways, fountains, ponds, landscaping, and other outdoor features. The right lighting can change the entire character of a home.
Plus, additional outdoor lighting can really increase the safety of your property.
Here are some outdoor lighting idea:
Garden Lighting: Going the extra mile can really take your garden from ordinary to extraordinary. There are two basic systems to consider: a 240-volt system that runs straight from the mains or a 12-volt system that runs from a mains powered socket and through a transformer.
12 Volt Garden Lighting System: This can easily and safely add that little something extra to your garden. Plus, there are lights for every occasion. There are lights designed to specifically accent paths. There are lights designed to specifically accent plants. And there are lights specifically designed for almost anything you can think of!
Professionally Designed Lighting: If you are interested in a professionally designed light display, give the lighting specialists at TLC Incorporated a call!
For more than 20 years, TLC, Inc has specialized in the planning, installation and maintenance of high-quality commercial and residential Lawn Sprinklers and Irrigation Systems, Lawn Lighting, Outdoor Lighting, and Holiday Lighting.
But decorative lighting from TLC Incorporated isn’t just for the holidays!
TLC also designs and installs outdoor, decorative and security lighting for lawns, gardens, pools, hot tubs, decks, and walkways – you name it and they’ll make it a feature that will add beauty (and value) to any home or business.
If you have any questions, please contact TLC Incorporated by calling 888-742-5852 or click here today!
TLC Inc.: A dedicated team of lighting specialists for the Mid-Atlantic Region, including Maryland, Washington D.C. Northern Virginia, and Delaware.