Lighting in the Garden

Lighting in the Garden

The garden in summer, is one of the most beautiful areas of our home. Allows us to relax, refresh after strenuous days of work and work, and gives us the ability to disconnect from all the problems, just appreciating the colors and elements. And we can not only enjoy it during daylight hours: an adequate lighting system, we also enjoy it during the night, with great pleasure and enjoyment.

A proper garden lighting also allows you to configure a more secure and protected. Sure, perhaps his greatest advantage is the relaxation that provides the single display of flowers and plants at any time of day, which gives us the feeling of freshness and openness throughout the home.

Optimal lighting of the gardens should be adjustable, ie should not be absolute. You can determine a provision of lighting points to allow for the enjoyment soft lighting and a brighter light, for example, outdoor dining or for security reasons

Therefore, we can determine some reflectors or illuminating targeted or directed, pointing to large plants, sculptures and fountains. These lights should always be suitable for outdoor use, as they must be able to withstand rain, dew, wind and other types of moisture. Their placement should be performed by experienced hands, especially with regard to the wiring, which is preferable to keep out of reach of children, animals and, especially, the mowing machine. Through special pipes, these cables can be buried, for full protection. Also it must be dim lights, not too
bright, and preferably do not emit heat, as this would ultimately harm our plants.

One way favored by landscape to illuminate the external technique is uplighting, or light up. This format indicates that the direction of the beam of light will be from the floor, wrapped in protective boxes into the floor, or just sticking out and upwards, and highlighting certain dramatic forms of illuminated elements. In case of trees, plants, or sculptures, we can use the technique of backlighting, that is, a point light placed behind the object, which does not lead directly to the audience, but gives a contrast of light and shade rather subtle.

The lighting of roads and paths of the garden is relatively simple, and has an infinite number of possible variables. In the market we can find light sticks are stuck into the ground, looking at the desired positions, that mark the trail. There are also competitively priced light poles that run through a solar cell, and can be programmed to turn on automatically.


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