If you own a garden, you also want to enjoy it. Artfully distributing spots, recessed ground lights or globe lamps creates an especially inviting lighting in your garden.
Mobile lamps such as spiked or clamp lamps are an excellent option for potted plants on the balcony.
Garden lighting is more than a decorative delight; it also serves to protect you. It illuminates paths, averting trips and falls on uneven earth or other such obstacles.
Good illumination is particularly important on stairs. When the steps run alongside a wall, it is possible to install step lighting.
Sufficient lighting is not only useful on your front door; it is also practical in the garden. Motion detectors triggering lighting in a darkened garden, frighten away burglars intending to break into your home.
Install your motion detectors high enough and out of reach, so that burglars cannot remove or damage them.
Outdoor lighting is subject to a variety of weather conditions. Therefore, they should be in the relevant protection class to comply with garden lighting demands.
Information on the IP protection types and classes, such as their meaning and proper application can be found here
To achieve both optical and functional quality, there are other criteria to consider when selecting your lighting concept: