Landscape lighting is a great way for drawing attention to areas of visual interest in your yard. But it’s not all about looks alone. Landscape lighting also increases the safety of your property since a well-lit home and yard are of little interest to burglars. Of course, your residential landscape lighting doesn’t have to look like everyone else’s to meet your needs.
- Material Options. Brass and copper are at the top of the list of material requests. We also work with stainless steel and acrylic. If it looks great in your yard, we can install it.
- Design Consultation. We help you decide where to put the lights. Because we routinely install transformers and wiring hubs, few areas would be impossible to light up after dark. Choose ambient lighting, task lighting, and safety illumination areas. At that time, you also pick out the overall appearance of the fixtures.
- Combinations. One type of light source may not meet all of your needs. We can show you the different types that are available. For example, you might choose some spotlights to shine up into your trees or shrubs as well as some path lights to illuminate your walkways. Wall lights look great in and around retaining walls. Deck lighting can make the area excellent for entertaining after dark.
When you need an overhaul of residential landscape lighting you already have in place, we can help you with that, too. Our technicians gladly convert fixtures to LED lights, bring wiring up to code, and add lights where there aren’t any. For some homeowners, this might mean additional step lights to make the entrance a little safer. For others, it could be decorative lighting for a waterfall feature that springs from a boulder retaining wall.
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In 1997, the business began servicing local, residential neighborhoods in Shelby Township, Michigan. Today, United Lawnscape serves customers throughout Southeast Michigan including Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
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