Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 05:24:03 AM. Outdoor Lighting. By Roderiga Merino.
Evenings in our garden are about entertaining – whether that’s our family or having friends round for a small drinks party. They’re also about relaxing after a long day. Because of this, any garden lighting should aim to provide us with a sense of tranquility, as well as security. In the case of the latter, no intruder will lurk in bushes when there’s strategically placed lighting to highlight him or her.
Floodlights (with a typical light width expanse of 40 feet) are better for tall trees (up to five bulbs of around 50 watts each). Bullet lights and spot lights have a narrow field and are therefore better for shorter trees (trees which are less than 20 feet tall only need a couple of 20 watt uplighters).
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