Halloween and daylight savings are coming and this means that your lighting needs have changed. There are no more long
summer twilights to read through. It’s now dark when you get up for work. How do you adjust to this?
Install LED Lighting In Your Front Yard
Make it a safer Halloween by putting lights along the path to your front door so all the little trick-or-treaters don’t trip as they come to your door. It will also discourage the more adventurous ones from walking on your lawn or egging your house, as they won’t want to do it where they can be seen.
This isn’t just a Halloween issue either. With the sun setting earlier, there will inevitably be more driving at night. The increased visibility of your front yard will help prevent accidents.
Track Lights In Your Living Room
People move their parties inside when it gets cooler, and nothing will impress your guests like the warm glow of new lights. You can make everyone’s favorite party space more comfortable with track lights. It will open up the room and give you more space for decorations.
Dimmers are really for all seasons, but this is when they will truly come into their own. Dimmers allow you to match your lighting needs exactly, whether you are an early riser who needs to turn the lights down as the sun comes up or a night owl who needs to turn the lights up as the evening progresses. They also let you read comfortably when it is raining out and the sunlight that gets through the clouds need a little help.
This ability to use only as much light as is required gives you some control over your electricity bill, and that is especially important as we enter cooler weather and find ourselves cranking up the heat. Fall and winter can see power bills spike for the unwary.
Fall is a great time, but it does require different lighting. If you want to adjust your lighting for the season, contact us. We have everything you need to make your fall excellent.