There are five main landscape lighting methods. There is up light where the lighting is on the ground and shines up. Down light is where the lighting is mounted above and the light shines down. Ground light is on the ground, but unlike up light, it shines at the ground not up. There is also spotlight, like mentioned earlier, used to highlight certain objects. Finally there is backlight where a light is mounted behind an object to make it stand out in the dark.
Landscape lighting attribute a sense of pride to your property. With beautification via landscape lighting, you are sending a clear message that you care about your home and that you care about the quality of the neighborhood you live in. The more people in a single neighborhood that represent their properties with pride and beautification, the more upscale the neighborhood becomes. Sometimes, it just takes one person to beautify their home to inspire the rest of the neighborhood to follow suit. A sense of pride that flows throughout a neighborhood is likely to increase the value of the neighborhood, regardless of how initially upscale or down scale the neighborhood starts off.
Referrals - A quality lighting designer should have plenty of referrals for you to review. These referrals should be specific to the person not the company. Just because a company employs one individual thats put together a portfolio of pictures and referrals for the company doesnt mean the person trying to sell you a lighting system is capable of the same caliber of design. These referrals can be customers you can call that can personally attest to their experience with the person designing your project as well as addresses of homes you can drive past to preview their work first hand. The nice thing about landscape lighting is that a homeowner doesnt have to welcome you as a stranger into their home in order to see the work that their landscape lighting professional did, you can simply drive past and see for yourself. Previewing new work as well as older projects is a good testament to the quality of the work done and what kind of service program they offer.
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