lighting. Thursday , May 25th , 2017 - 10:38:56 AM
Perhaps you want your garden to inspire thoughts of the South Pacific. Transport the guests of your next backyard luau to an exotic beach with the use of flaming torches. Use them to line a pathway, outline a deck, or just add points of interest around the yard.
Fire and Rescue Imagine that you are on the top floor of a burning building. All the structures below are in flames, so there is no obvious way for anyone to access you from the ground. Your only hope for survival is to either risk your life by jumping from the roof and hoping that the firemen can catch you in their net - or you could get down safely through the use of an aerial bucket truck.
In the garden, lights can really make the space come alive. Having lights in the trees and lights near to a table will ensure you can eat outside all year round (subject to the temperature of course!) Another aspect of outside lighting is for security purposes. Having a light that comes on when there is motion nearby can be a very effective deterrent for anyone wishing to break into your home. Being lit up, the house can be clearly visible from all around and this makes it much less likely to be targeted by burglars. Interior lighting can also work as a good security measure. Leaving a few lights on around the home that are clearly visible from outside makes the house appear to be occupied so think about this when planning your home lighting too.
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