Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor lighting is necessary to spend evenings in your garden, terrace or to reach the front door at night! In addition, outdoor lighting adds an aesthetic touch to your home.

Post Lights
Post Lights

To demarcate the access path or a part of the ground, post lamps are above all functional lighting with neat aesthetic. Often of low power, its soft and diffused lighting is used to highlight and to locate a precise space of your alley and garden.

Wall Lights
Wall Lights

It is the optimal way to highlight and illuminate your terrace or surroundings of the house. The light can be either direct (like spotlights) or indirect (when the lights are equipped with deflectors). Highlighting the building's architecture while producing enough light for functional lighting is ideal.

Solar Lights
Solar Lights

Solar Lights are most often equipped with a battery that is charged through a few solar cells. At night, the light detector will turn on the light. Low power because limited by the characteristics of the battery, solar lights are primarily used as bollards along pathways. The main advantage of solar lights is that they don't require power.

Search Lights
Search Lights

They are part of the large wall lights family. What differentiates them is that they are completely closed, thus offering diffused light, less direct than wall lights. Searchlights can be installed over a door, along a walkway or driveway, etc., wherever you do not need direct lighting.

Motion Sensor Lights
Motion Sensor Lights

When you want light when you go out on your patio, or when you park in your driveway, motion sensor light is ideal. Sensor lights allow to adjust lighting time and will turn on as soon as it detects movements. It's a handy option to save energy, if you choose our lights that do not tend to light up when there is some wind.

Festoon Lights
Festoon Lights

The choice of festoon lights for facades, barriers or the garden is made depending on the desired finish. Our lights come with 10 or 20 LED light bulbs, and are designed to resist to winter temperatures and water. They will allow you to adorn gates, pergolas, gazebos, trees of your garden or even an outdoor Christmas tree.

Useful Tips

Lighting in accordance with your needs

Choose outside lighting in accordance with your needs: Need to mark a path at night? Recessed spots, luminous bollards, solar lights, etc will help you the best. Combine aesthetics and practicality: there is no point in lighting the street or the front of the house if you just want to light up your driveway or path to the house!

Before Installing Outdoor Lighting

Before Installing Outdoor Lighting: Turn the power off before doing anything. Before installing outdoor wall lights, you will need to determine the drill bit you need and measure the thickness of the wall. Also don't forget to mark the entry points of the wire you will use to power the unit For bollard lights, make sure you know the total wattage of all of them to pick the right wattage transformer. If you are inexperienced in electrics, don't hesitate to contact an electrician for help.

Adapt your light bulbs to lighting

Adapt your light bulbs to lighting: A high consumption over a short time is less energy-consuming than a low consumption over a long time on a direct and functional lighting. You will prefer low energy bulbs for your long summer evenings! The higher the IP rating is, the more it guarantees optimal functioning and longer life. Between two lights, pick the one that will be resistant to dust and water. Turn the power off before doing anything. Before installing outdoor wall lights,

Adjust and position your lighting

Adjust and position your lighting: Setting timer and motion sensors means saving money. A poorly adjusted motion sensor and timer are energy consuming or even unnecessary. Similarly, the beam emitted by functional lighting must be oriented where the need arises

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