Why Stairs Step Lights?
Introducing stylish, one-of-a-kind, and life-lasting landscape stair lights for steps, courtyard, and driveway. These low-voltage deck lights are easy to install. Stairs and steps are common features of houses and businesses that need to be lit up. They are often unlit at night, making them difficult to navigate safely.
The Stair Light is designed to be installed as a low-voltage deck light that provides the same amount of light as a regular outdoor light bulb but is far more convenient. Make your stairs more welcoming and functional.
The toughest environmental impacts are protected by powder coating. While still delivering an appealing appearance, it offers a more durable finish than liquid paints can. No matter what it is used for, an item that has been powder coated will be very resistant to wear and strain. The coating resists wearing, chipping, fading, and scratching. Because of its toughness, metal components that are exposed to sunlight and other external variables work well with it. All of our Aluminum and Brass Stair Step lights collections are powder coated.
Features of King's Stairs Step Lights
Our step lights are water proof.
We guarantee up to five-years.
Perform excellently in all conditions.
Stairs - Step Lights
Step lights are designed to illuminate the bottom of the stairs, while patio lights and deck lights are designed to illuminate the walkway or deck landings for area lighting, often installed by the
Often, for finished concrete steps, the best option is to use edge lights or hardscape lights. The lighting can be put into the vertical part of a stair, called the riser or lip. There are concrete step lights that fit right into the stairs and focus light downward onto the step immediately below it. The light is subtle enough that it isn't a distraction, but they offer enough light for safety.
It's not necessary to put a light on each step, but you'll want to space them in such a way that a general glow is created and no dark spots exist. If they are installed on the tread, they are most commonly located on one side or the other, sometimes alternating along the course of the stairway.
To measure how much light is needed for a staircase, you must take into consideration not only the length of the staircase, but the height, and any other factors that may affect the amount of light required for. We recommend installing 1 light every 1 steps or so, and installing them about 4-5 feet apart for longer steps