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Garden Lighting Equipment

Garden lighting equipment allows you to extend the enjoyment of your garden right through the evening and into the night. Whether it's for a summer barbecue or the backdrop to a cooler evening, garden lighting can provide an alternative view of your garden, allowing you to beautifully highlight key areas such as the deck, terrace or the pond.

Why let the setting sun put a stop to you enjoying your garden oasis? Choosing the right garden lighting equipment means that dark gardens can be a thing of the past. Whether you choose LED or solar lights, strategically placed lighting means you can enjoy your garden well after dark, enjoying the results of your gardening endeavours.

Well-placed garden lighting equipment helps provide the atmosphere for parties or for dining outside and can be a feature in itself. Consider what type of lighting works best in the space you have and whether you are looking for something decorative or practical.

Security

Adequate lighting acts as an additional security measure for your property, allowing you to see any activity going on. Light sensors are the most useful for this as they can detect movement and switch on the lights. This can also be handy if you want to get from your house to your shed as they can light up a path for you when you step outside.

Types of Lighting

Solar-powered garden lighting equipment stores sunlight energy and ensures that you don't have to worry about connecting any cables to a power socket. They are an excellent energy saving solution to your lighting needs, as well as providing a relaxing ambience.

Power derived from the mains ensures continuous lighting but does need to be properly fitted into place, meaning they are a good choice if you want lighting close to your house. Alternatively, battery-powered garden lighting equipment doesn't require wiring and is portable, emitting a consistent amount of light until the battery runs out.

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