Low Voltage Landscape Tree Lights

frogsterApril 23, 2013


Not sure if this is the right forum, or if another would be better, but we have some questions about exterior lighting.

Our electrician does not think that our exterior landscape lights will survive our renovation and he is suggesting that we use someone else to install low voltage lighting for our landscaping. We think we can make that work for most of the lights, but we used to have a couple of brights spots/floods that we used to uplight big trees; one big oak in particular. Is there any kind of landscape light that has the punch to light up a big tree? Thanks in advance for any input


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If you work with an installer, they will be able to install several tree uplights, 50W each, that do the job.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2013 at 4:01PM
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An electrician is a rather expensive way to instal low voltage landscape lighting.

Find a landscaping company for that job.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2013 at 4:17PM
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