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Old 10-24-2007, 04:04 AM  
William Richardson
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When creating a lighting scheme for your garden you should adopt the less is more approach. The objective must always be to see the landscape and not the lights, with the right balance between aesthetic and functional lighting.

It is important always to use lights that have the correct IP rating and are therefore suitable for outdoor lighting. Although the installation of these types of light is not difficult, it is recommended that you employ a qualified electrician for their installation.

There is a wide range of products on the market from which to choose, but the most cost-effective solution is to buy the best quality lights, you can. By choosing quality products and having them professionally fitted you'll have something that will not only last for years, but also maintains its good looks. Be creative. Make your garden an extension to your home.



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