Landscape lighting is an affordable way to improve the appearance of your home after dark. It also makes your property safer by illuminating paths and stairways. Exterior lighting deters thieves and vandals as well by lighting up dark corners and giving them no place to hide. Landscape lighting installation even helps you get more out of your backyard, allowing barbecues and parties to last well after dark.
At Reliable Electrical Services, we have the tools, knowledge, and expertise to install landscape lighting on your South Florida property. Our experience as a landscape lighting installation company dates back to 2002. We’re certain we can provide a beautiful design to make your home the best looking one on the block.
Looking for experienced “landscape lighting contractors near me” in Palm Beach or Broward County? Contact Reliable Electrical Services online or call 561-295-3875 to set up a design consultation with an expert outdoor lighting installer!
What Voltage Is Outdoor Lighting?
The key to every low-voltage outdoor lighting system is to install a transformer. This device plugs into a 20-amp GFCI-protected outdoor outlet and converts your home’s standard voltage from 120 volts to 12 or 14 volts. The purpose of the step-down in power is to make landscape lighting safer and more cost-effective. If you don’t have a suitable GFCI outlet to plug in a transformer, you’ll need a licensed electrician to install one.
To figure out how many landscape lights you can use on a single transformer, assess the wattage ratings of the transformer and the lights you want to use. For instance, if you plan to set up 10 landscape lights, each of which uses 20 watts, you need at least a 200-watt transformer. Be aware that cool, quiet electronic transformers can only power up to 300 watts. You’ll need a larger, more powerful magnetic one to power up to 1,200 watts on a single transformer.
Elements of Outdoor Landscape Lighting Design
While it’s possible to install your own basic landscape lights, it’s difficult to achieve stunning effects and permanent fixtures unless you hire a landscape lighting designer and installer. At Reliable Electrical Services, we can map out a professional plan that takes your home’s unique architectural and garden features into account.
We can hardwire well lights to illuminate tree canopies, floodlights to emphasize garden fountains, tree-mounted downlights to bathe your patio in a mood-setting glow, and much more. Our careful designs and skilled installation work provide the best possible results. We’ll recommend the right light fixtures, bulbs, and installation locations to maximize the outcome and minimize maintenance requirements.
Schedule your consultation with a trusted landscape lighting installer in Palm Beach and Broward counties today! Contact Reliable Electrical Services online or call 561-295-3875.
Benefits of Landscape Lighting Installation
Here’s how you can expect to benefit when you brighten up your home after dark with landscape lights:
- Improve your home’s curb appeal at night.
- Add home value and increase interest from homebuyers.
- Increase personal safety on your property after the sun goes down.
- Boost home security.
- Allow outdoor events to continue past sunset.
Contact an Experienced Exterior Lighting Installer in South Florida
If you’re interested in landscape lighting installation, Reliable Electrical Services is the local, licensed landscape lighting professional you need for the job. Not sure which transformers to purchase or what type of lights to install? We’ll serve as your landscape lighting designer and installer to get the job done right the first time around.
To learn more about outdoor landscape lighting or to schedule a design consultation, please contact Reliable Electrical Services today. We install landscape lighting in Palm Beach and Broward counties.
We proudly offer landscape lighting services throughout Broward and Palm Beach counties, including in Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Lantana, North Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, West Palm Beach, Coconut Creek, Coral Springs, Davie, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Lauderhill, Margate, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Sunrise, Tamarac, and Weston.