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Driveway Lights


Driveway Lights

Tips on installing driveway lights:

  • Use a combination of lighting types (see below) for best illumination and effect.
  • The start and finish of your driveway should be very well lit. Then position lights at regular intervals along the driveway.
  • Driveway lights can be used not only for lighting but also for a fantastic atmosphere - impress your guests every time they come to your home!
  • Using sensor lights is perfect way to ensure that your lights only come on when needed. The magic here is to test their position, timing, brightness and direction BEFORE final installation.
  • Make sure your driveway lights are not shining into people's eyes, particularly cars - so plan ahead.
  • Always think of your neighbors' yard.

Types of driveway lights:

  • Up/down wall lights: these driveway lights are attached to your outside wall and emit light both up and down.
  • Fixed wall lights: these driveway lights are attached to your outside wall and emit light in one direction that cannot be changed.
  • Adjustable wall lights: these driveway lights are attached to your outside wall and emit light in a direction that can be set.
  • Lanterns and coach lights: these driveway lamps are attached to a wall or on a pole with a glass case protecting the globe.
  • Security lights: these driveway lights are attached to a wall and are used to protect against intruders.
  • Sensor lights: these driveway lights are attached to a wall and turn on when motion is detected.
  • Bunker lights and bulkhead lights: these driveway lights are typically attached to the bottom of walls or fences and are designed to give general illumination to outdoor areas.
  • Flood lights and spotlights: these driveway lights have high intensity beams and are used to illuminate large distances.