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Avoid lights that cast a bright light widely, not to disturb your guests and neighbors as they sleep or enjoy their own backyard festivites. Instead, place a tall light that directs most of its light downward at the entrance to your path, stairway or dock landing. This will create a walkway of lights but keep the lighting primarily on the deck and not in the eyes of your guests. Spot lights tend to put out a wide stray of light but can stray too far into the windows of your neighbors or across the canal into the windows of your neighborsUsing solar rock lights to illuminate your lawn is as easy as propping up the synthetic rocks at the proper angles and in the appropriate locations. The rocks themselves serve as the support for the lights. Those may be pointing to the sides or directly up. These gadgets are very stable. They will not topple over and won't need to be embedded into the ground. There will be nothing for you to do but to drop them in place.
Excessive artificial lighting can cause rooms to appear overly bright, which actually hurts our eyes and can cause us to feel nervous and on edge in the space.
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Any good outdoor lighting designer and installer should offer their customer a annual maintenance contract. These usually include several service visits each season to inspect the wiring and fixtures, repair any damage, and replace any burnt out bulbs. These contracts are on a year to year basis and should include a discount on any replacement light bulbs. You can estimate that you will have at least 2 bulbs burn out each season, and more if you use your lights all year long.
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