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How to pick an outdoor light fixture?

What are the benefits of LED outdoor lights?

Outdoor wall lights serve multiple purposes: they illuminate doorways and exits, enhancing visibility and safety at entrances. Step lights and path lights effectively light upstairs and walkways, ensuring safe navigation in the dark. Address lights are practical, making it effortless for visitors to locate your home. Additionally, outdoor lighting with timers provides security by deterring intruders. Beyond functionality, these lights also contribute to the aesthetic appeal of your home exterior.

What type of lighting is best for outdoors?

5 Types Of Outdoor Landscape Lights

Spotlight

Spotlight is used to produce intense illumination in a well-defined area. It is a great way to layer lighting in a space or to provide task lighting. They're also an excellent way to accentuate specific areas and objects.

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Step Light

Step lights are installed along stairs and corridors to help you see in the dark inside homes or businesses. They guide your way by casting light beams, making it easier to navigate safely.

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Garden Light

Landscape lighting is important for making outdoor spaces look better, safer, and more secure. It shows off the design of buildings and gardens, while also lighting up paths and steps to stop accidents and make the area look nice.

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String Light

String lights are multi-faceted. You can use them to line any part of your home, including eaves, fences, driveways, etc. They're great for wrapping foliage. They are also be used in many holidays, like Chirstmas, weeding, camping and so on.

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Deck light

The purpose of deck lights is to ensure that the people on deck can perform their tasks in a safe manner.

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How to pick an outdoor light?

Decide based on the outdoor design

Based on the names of these lights, it is not difficult to infer that they are used in different places outdoors, so you can choose specific products based on the outdoor scene. For example: If there is a fence outdoors, you can choose a fence light.

Decide based on the color of the house and the outdoors

Choosing products of the same color will make the whole scene look very harmonious and comfortable. You can choose products of a specific appearance based on the style you want to present.

How many lumens do I need for outdoor light?

Soft and warm lighting sets a welcoming and cozy ambiance, perfect for creating a comfortable outdoor environment. For enhanced security and visibility, brighter and cooler lighting is recommended. In general, outdoor areas benefit from lighting with a color temperature of 2700-3000K and brightness ranging from 500 to 800 lumens. Specific outdoor lighting needs vary: landscape lights typically range from 50 to 300 lumens, path lights are effective at 100-200 lumens, landscape spotlights generally provide around 120 lumens, and lamp posts typically range from 120 to 180 lumens, ensuring both safety and aesthetic appeal in outdoor spaces.

 

 

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