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Louis Poulsen

PH 3 - 2 1/2 Bollard outdoor light

$1,487.47
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SLV Lighting

Belpa II Lamp Head Outdoor Light

$410.42 $328.34
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SLV Lighting

Rusty Cone 70 outdoor post

$957.65 $766.12
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Albert

Bollard Lamp - 662241

$873.31
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Astro Lighting

Emilia outdoor wall sconce

$646.72
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SLV Lighting

Vap Slim 90 Outdoor Bollard Light

$291.03 $232.82
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SLV Lighting

Rusty 70 outdoor post light

$751.19 $600.96
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Albert

Pole Top Lamp, 1-unit - 684127

$749.74
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Astro Lighting

Tressino Nickel outdoor wall sconce

$377.21
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Albert

Pedestal Outdoor Lamp - 600542

$495.44
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SLV Lighting

Quadrasyl SL 75 Outdoor Bollard Light Silver Grey

$410.42 $328.34
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Albert

Pedestal Outdoor Lamp - 690505

$810.67
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Albert

Pedestal Outdoor Lamp - 690500

$683.66
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Astro Lighting

Soprano outdoor wall sconce

$287.29
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Albert

Pole Top Lamp, 1-unit - 660810

$2,351.63
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SLV Lighting

MiniPol LED Exterior Bollards Light

$286.05 $228.84
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SLV Lighting

Nails Spike Outdoor Ground Light

$532.30 $425.84
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Albert

Pedestal Outdoor Lamp - 690509

$908.50
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Astro Lighting

Toronto Plus 170 outdoor wall sconce

$233.82
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Albert

Pole Top Lamp, 1-unit - 660837

$2,318.16
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Handy Tips on Lighting Your House Front Lighting has the ability to improve the appeal of your house’s exterior; depending on how you go about it. Lighting for the front part of the house is important as it adds to the appeal of house, especially at night. A well lit approach to a house looks inviting as evenings guests drive or walk from the gate to the front door. Appropriate lighting is also important for the house front due to security since we all know that danger lurks in dimly light places. Lighting the house front is important since it says a lot about the occupants of the house. A dimly light approach to the house is likely to say the occupants of the house may have something to hide .A dimly-lit approach to the house may also indicate that people living in that house don’t like to have visitors. The lighting should be balanced so that its neither too bright or too dim, very bright lights are likely to dazzle both the family members living in the house as they approach the house but also guests. Such lights acts as a great put off to people since no one wants to keep squinting or shielding their eyes as they approach the house. When seeking to illuminate the front of your house the following procedure will come in handy: Make your approach severally in full darkness and twilight; this will give you a first hand impression about the areas that require lighting. Such practical action will also give you a real impression of how your guests perceive the house front. Appropriate lighting seeks to enhance the appeal rather than do away completely with darkness. Be aware of potential danger spots, these include steps, pathways or certain terrains which calls for more illumination. One can consider several lighting options such as lamp posts along the path; directional lights that are low-lying are another option that can be considered. The kind of lighting option chosen should be such that it can illuminate the parts that were previously dimly lit and make the front house approach safe and appealing. Always consider keep in mind that one can always play around with the lighting in order to get the right look of the front door. Wall scones that send light upwards provide lighting that is non-invasive and warm as you and the guests approach the house. Pendant lighting can also be used as it gives the impression of the ancient lighthouse beacon at sea that guided sailors to safety. Match the lighting with the general design of the house and the landscape so as to enhance the overall appeal of the compound. Lighting for the front is supposed to provide security one can consider the many security lighting options in the market. Motion detection lights can be used as they automatically turn on when an animal, person or object passes within the distance preset. These lights are quite effective in deterring intruders as they don’t want to be illuminated once they come within range of the lights.

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