A lot of homeowners make the decision to make their yard more attractive and noticeable. Some will go for a very simple and straightforward design where they get low voltage garden lights to line their yard and walkways. Others will want a more elaborate design. Either way, they will have to go shopping for low voltage lighting and the transformer that goes with it. The more savvy home owner will shop the online retailers to find out if they can get well priced package deals. They will try to find a way to save money without having to sacrifice the convenience, beauty and quality they want.
Once they have decided on the pattern of lights they want, they will have to figure out exactly how many lights will be needed. They will also have to calculate the rating on the wire that runs from the lights to the transformer, and lastly they will need to make sure they get the proper size transformer. They will also want to make the decision on what power source they will use for the lighting. Some will choose to use a solar lighting system, and they will need a well qualified solar light contractor. A good contractor can help choose the best low voltage garden lights to use with a solar system.
TouchStone Accent Lighting can help choose all of the exterior landscape lighting that can be connected to the right size transformer with a timer to take away the worry about the proper time to turn lights on and off. Even the most complex pattern of lights can be had with the beauty of garden or yard illumination while keeping the cost within an established budget. Professional installers will make sure the homeowner is happy with the pattern and color of the low voltage lights that are selected.
Before you start picking out the lights you will use, you want to sit down with a lighting consultant. They will inform you on what you can save by using LED lighting instead of more conventional lights. These lights use only about a tenth of the power other lights use and can last for years. Once the lighting is in place, they can also set a schedule to keep the entire system well maintained.