Outdoor Lighting Services
All-n-One Outdoor Solutions continues to offer conventional, low-voltage outdoor lighting providing reliable products from FX Luminaire, Kichler Lighting, and other professional grade systems.
Adding simple home accent LED lighting can instantly update the overall look and facaed of your home by highlighting your home's beautiful exterior elements.
We can also hang your holiday lights for you! Don't bear the elements, and leave the decorating to us. We'll hang your holiday lights on the exterior of your home, giving your home a professional and beautiful look.
Some examples of LED Lighting that we offer include:
Tips for Adjusting the Lighting at Home
Up lighting is the most commonly used technique to illuminate trees, wall, statues, sculpture, and other objects. Light fixtures are ground-mounted or recessed into the ground and directed upwards, away from the viewer to prevent glare, about 1/2 the distance from the trunk to the edge of the canopy or "drip line."
Down lighting is often used to create several lighting effects. By mounting the fixtures low on the trees, a "path lighting" or "spread lighting" effect will be achieved, illuminating walkways or paths. Mounting fixtures higher in the trees pointing downward can provide general lighting for safety and security.
Special objects and architectural elements should be accented with fixtures that have good shielding. Mounting overhead on eaves or patio structures minimizes glare.
Cross lighting is the technique used for lighting trees, bushes, and other objects from two or more sides. The cross beams of light often reveal the three-dimensional form of the object. Using two or more lighting fixtures generally allows more creativity and draws attention to the lighted object.
Moonlighting is a very effective and attractive effect that is achieved by positioning the lighting fixtures high above the ground to simulate moonbeams filtering through the branches.
Flood lighting uses a broad beam of light to generally illuminate large areas rather than a specific highlighting technique. Position the lamps high to avoid glare.
Backlighting is used to dramatize an unusually shaped object by creating a silhouette of the object. The light source is placed behind the object and aimed at a vertical surface farther behind the object.
Shadow lighting is a unique technique in that the fixture is placed in front of the object, casting a shadow or pattern on the wall, gate, or area behind it. This application is most effective when there is a large, open area behind the object. As the light comes closer to the object, the throw of the shadow pattern becomes greater.
Wall lighting or "grazing" accentuates textured areas with highlights and shadows. Position the light source close to the wall, allowing the light to skim across the surface.
Illuminate dark areas all around your home or office, especially at windows and doors, to discourage prowlers.