Save Money With Low Voltage Lighting For Your Phoenix Landscape

Outdoor lighting can be an excellent addition to your Phoenix home, but if you’re not a fan of glaring outdoor floodlights, you might want a different option that can still help you illuminate your outdoor spaces, but one that’s a bit less harsh. Low voltage lighting can be an excellent alternative to traditional outdoor lighting options, and here at Star Light Electric, our team of reliable Phoenix electricians would be happy to show you the many ways it could benefit your property.

Are you looking for a professional Parma electrician who can help you find the right low voltage lighting solutions for your home? If so, give our team of skilled professionals a call today and let us show you the kind of quality results that have helped make us one of the most trusted electrical contractors the area has to offer.

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Low Voltage Lighting

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Low voltage lighting, as we probably are aware today, started with the presentation of 12v halogen bulbs, which by and large delivered the same levels of brightness and performed just as well as mains voltage halogen lamps. Halogen lighting is currently being phased out, anyway the low voltage lighting industry is presently overwhelmed by the significantly more energy-effective LED technology. In an always articulated shift away from standard 120v mains voltage lighting, low voltage lighting and its benefits prevail over consumers. At first created to facilitate safe outdoor landscape lighting, the technology is currently also used indoors and works by using a LED driver or transformer to step the voltage down from 120v to 24v, 12v or lower. The driver or transformer is either incorporated into the light fitting itself or installed separately, yet its presence is essential for the light’s operation.

Low Voltage Lighting

Due to the significantly lower voltage going through the light fittings themselves, low voltage lighting is a whole lot safer to use. The lower voltage reduces the risk of serious electric shock while also giving a safer alternative to outdoor lighting installations that won’t pose a hazard when exposed to rain and moisture.
A lower voltage means bulbs can be smaller, which also means lighting designs can be more changed and innovative. These smaller fittings consider the lighting of smaller, more tight spaces that would otherwise be hard to light safely or proficiently.
Our last advantage of low voltage lighting is the lifespan. Especially since LED is turning into the most famous type of low voltage lighting, the combination of the lower wattage and LED, technology creates ideal conditions for long-lasting bulbs when contrasted and outmoded incandescent and halogen bulbs. LEDs are currently more cost-viable than any other time, requiring less energy to give the same light levels and requiring less frequent replacing.

Landscape & Other Low Voltage Lighting Options Available

Low voltage lighting can serve a number of different purposes around your Phoenix home’s landscape, whether you’re just looking for a way to safely illuminate your paths, steps, any dark areas, or if you’re looking to shed light on any particular aspects of your landscaping in order to highlight their beauty, low voltage lighting can be wonderful tool to accomplish these goals.

If you have any questions about our low voltage lighting products and services, or if you’d like to schedule an appointment for a consultation to discuss options, give us a call today. Our team of experts are always standing by and would be happy to assist you in any way we can.

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