Lighting. Wednesday , September 19th , 2018 - 16:43:20 PM
Lighting can take many forms in the garden and can be tailored to suit numerous different types of applications. For example, a water feature that would otherwise be invisible to the eye after dark can be transformed by a single underwater spot light, creating an elegant feature that makes a statement at night. Bollards and floor-mounted lights can lead your way along a path at night as well as provide a warm and inviting look for the garden in the evening. Spot lights can light up tree canopies and artwork in the garden. In the case of statues, display pots and other artwork it is preferable to use a spot light from the left and the right side in order to add depth to the piece - a single spot light in the front or from one side tends to create a comparatively 'flat' or two-dimensional look.
So what energy savings options are there? Everyone is talking about Light Emitting Diodes (LED) at the moment and rightly so given their dramatic advances recently in lumen efficacy and lamp life. Depending on the application, compact fluorescents (CFL) and halogen energy savers are also an effective way to save energy. In most cases a retrofit replacement lamp can be found and energy saving bulbs are available in all the normal cap types including bayonet, Edison screw, GU10 and many more.
Rope Lighting is ideal for accent lighting covered decks, porches, patios and gazebos. They come in a range of lengths (3 ft. to 25 ft.) and can be linked by plugging them together end to end. They are available in many colors including clear white, yellow, red, blue and green. The tiny bulbs used in rope lights can be incandescent or LED's. The bulbs are a bright white, color variation is produced by the tubing around the light rather than the bulb itself.
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