A home just isn’t a home without the well-known porch light. Today, these lights still have the same youngster crushing powers, but with modern burn and practical purpose.
With various styles, sizes and intensities of brightness to choose from, many homeowners don’t know where to begin. Think about your purposes for the lights.
If style is your primary concern, work with the existing design elements of your home or your outdoor accessories like landscaping and color schemes.
Think about your purposes for the lights. If style is your primary concern, work with the existing design elements of your home or your outdoor accessories like landscaping and color schemes.
Shiny brass modern exterior light fixtures may conflict with your blue Cape Cod style house consider black or white fixtures as a suitable alternative.
Likewise, giant oversized light fixtures won’t quite gel with your 800 square foot war-time house, instead consider installing recessed light fixtures to simply illuminate your home in an eloquent way.
Motion sensitive light fixtures will still provide the style you’re looking for while adding to your peace of mind. These light fixtures can be great for saving money too, as they only turn on in the presence of movement and may detour potential burglars from breaking into your house.
If security is your primary purpose for adding modern exterior lighting to your home, consider all points of entry to your house and ensure you cover all the bases.
Flood lighting mounted higher up on your house will create large areas of illumination and they’ll be outreach should someone effort to interfere with them. Mounted security flood lights can also work by motion detection, so they are a great way to stay safer without breaking the bank.