Why Low Voltage Pathway lights?
If you're looking for a way to improve the look of your property, low-voltage pathway lights and fence lighting are great options. Pathway lights can light up your path, making it easier and safer to walk at night. These lights can add extra security to your home by deterring potential thieves. Pathway lights are easy to install.
There are a variety of reasons to install pathway lights. Pathway lights can make walking or biking at night safer. They can improve security by deterring potential intruders. Both types of lighting can also add beauty and drama to your property.
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Features of King's Pathway Lights
Our pathway lights are water proof.
We guarantee up to five-years.
Perform excellently in all conditions.
How to choose Pathway Lights?
When choosing pathway lights, it's important to consider the style of your home and garden. There are a variety of different styles of low voltage pathway lights, including traditional, contemporary, and rustic.
It's also important to choose pathway lights that will be bright enough to see. LED pathway lights are a great option, as they are both energy-efficient and effective for your yard.
Path lights should be installed along the walkway, driveway, or garden in order to illuminate the ground and small flower beds. They are often used to light up stairways as well from the sides for safety.
When choosing pathway lights, you'll need to consider the style of your home and the purpose
of the application. If you’re looking to light up larger areas like driveways or long pathways, you
could consider using a higher wattage bollard light. If lighting up a flower bed or small pathway,
you can be set with a mushroom style light with lower wattage for more aesthetic lighting.
You'll need to consider the wattage of the pathway lights when deciding how many fixtures to
install. Most pathway lights range from 2-5 watts, so you'll need at least one light for every 6-10
feet. For larger bollard lights, you can extend it to about 15-20 feet apart.
Pathways lights are mounted in the ground with a ground stake. All of our fixtures come with a
ground stake to directly install into the dirt or gravel. Most of our bollard lights also have the
option of installing them directly on the concrete with screws.
Pathway lighting can provide homeowners with a sense of security by illuminating dark areas
and deterring criminals. Path lights can also create a more inviting atmosphere for guests and
add beauty to a property while lighting up hazardous areas light steps to avoid tripping or falling.