Landscape Pathway Lighting in New Jersey
Make your home accessible by lighting up your path.
Landscape Pathway Lighting
Illuminate Your Sidewalk & Highlight Your Garden
Your home’s exterior is the first thing others see, so making your home appealing during both the daytime and at night-time will leave them with a good lasting impression. One of the most commonly overlooked areas when it comes to landscaping is illuminating the pathways. When it comes to landscape lighting placement, pathway lighting is essential. Well-lit pathways will not only add curb appeal to your home after dark, but it will also help to increase the safety and security of your home. Premiere Outdoor Lighting has a wide range of pathway lighting options to choose from and we’ll be able to answer any questions and concerns you may have about the ideal ways to add lighting to the exterior pathways of your landscaping.
Considerations for Pathway Lighting
One of the things that will help you choose which type of lighting you should use for the pathways is the type of material the fixture is made of. For example, pathway lighting fixtures made from bronze are a popular trend for both contemporary style and traditional style homes. It’s important to choose a material that is designed to withstand all types of weather conditions, such as titanium, both of which are popular and made to withstand the elements.
Choosing the Best Type of Pathway Lighting
- Spread lighting, which is a technique that is typically used for pathway lighting. This style produces a nice lighting effect and will light up a wide area, such as the full or large portion of the pathway.
- Step lighting is used to accent steps, such as steps leading up to the porch or off of a pathway. These lighting fixtures may be recessed into the step risers, underneath the railings and/or as surface lights on vertical posts.
- Lampposts are often used for homeowners that prefer to place only one fixture along the pathway instead of several in-ground lights. Lampposts produce a subtle illumination and can be used individually or with one on either side of the pathway.