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Info of Landscape Lighting

Currently the landscape lighting industry is in throes of escalating growth. With the paucity of contractors with proper training in landscape lighting, landscape professionals never had it so good to cash in on the success. Each complete project should mean exponential growth of a contractor’s success. The dynamic nature of landscape lighting makes new lighting jobs attractive to just about everyone.

An intention to incorporate landscape lighting in your house requires you to make sure of the capabilities the lighting professional for doing justice to your project. Careful consideration is essential. It is crucial that you have confidence in the designer’s ability of taking on the challenge of a lighting plan that adapts to the uniqueness of your home and the landscaping.

It need not be as expensive as you fear to avail the services of a landscape contractor or a professional architect designer for your home. A minor job of lighting a patio and pathways may ideally require a consultation for two or three hours of a tour through your property. Ask the designer to mark spots for fixtures with flags or markers, describe the intensity and direction of the light at each point and advise you on electrical contractors for the job.

The average rate charged by a landscape lighting designer may be between $80 and 120 an hour and if a blueprint or drawings are required, the charges will increase. The primary objective of your professional designer should be to provide you with multiple options for your house. When you decide on a rough plan, solicit quotes from a number of landscape lighting contractors for low voltage lighting and ordinary line voltage lighting. Make comparisons between each price quote of all the contractors to pick out the one most suitable for you.

On finalizing your decision of the landscape lighting contractor, make it a point to mention that there should be provision for adequate movement of the fixture locations. Extra cable for every fixture will make it possible to conduct changes after installation as well as several years later. Try and achieve a combination of energy-efficient light bulbs with motion sensors that illuminate only in the presence of people. This will not only result in convenience and security but also significant reduction in energy use.