Securing Low Voltage Path Lighting

frank1203June 24, 2014

Hello, I just installed 8 low voltage path lights in my landscape. The lights connect to a 3-4 inch spike that pushes into the ground to secure the light which is about 14-15 inches above the ground. I have been noticing that lights are easily moved and unstable and no longer straight or level. Short of cementing those spikes into the ground, (which I really don't want to do), does anyone have any other idea on how I could better secure those path lights? Your ideas are most appreciated. Thanks!

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You'd need to make sure that the spikes are properly set into firm soil.

    Bookmark   June 27, 2014 at 12:27PM
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