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Landscape Lighting

Whether you want to highlight your home's best features or brighten dark spots to make them more secure, Reliable Heating & Air can help. With a variety of outdoor lighting options, our trained electricians will create a landscape lighting design that will keep your home looking great (and safe) for years to come.

Service Overview

  • FREE in-home estimates
  • Price starting at: $70/fixture
  • Average time to complete: 3-4 hours

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Included
In Your Installation

  • New, efficient landscape light fixtures
  • Multiple fixture and lighting options
  • 1-year labor warranty
  • 10-year manufacturer warranty
  • Flexible financing

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Benefits Of Installing
Low-Voltage Landscape Lighting

Installing landscape lighting will help make your home:

  • Look better. Landscape lighting allows you to highlight the best features of your home (architectural elements, trees and bushes, pathways, and so on), making it look more comforting and inviting.
  • More secure. Dark homes are attractive to vandals and burglars. Bright, well-lit homes offer fewer places for them to hide. Plus, if you have a video surveillance system, good lighting will make it easier to capture any perpetrators.

  • Safer for everyone. With landscape lighting, you'll reduce the chances that a friend or family member (especially one with low vision) will trip or fall in the dark. The lighting will make tripping hazards like stairs, pools and pavers more visible.
  • More functional. Places like your patio and yard probably get used a lot less after dark. Landscape lighting will allow you to enjoy those places longer and more often throughout the year.
  • More valuable. For the reasons above, a well-lit home is often more attractive to potential buyers. In fact, most home buyers (almost 90%) want a home that already has exterior lighting, which means installing it could be a good financial investment.
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It Is Easy to Get
Started

Schedule

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Design and Install

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Follow Up

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1

Schedule

We Make It Easy To Keep Everything Running Smoothly

Contact us online or call us at (770) 594-9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your electrician, so you know who to look for.

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Design and Install

We are upfront and transparent with your options

Your electrician will discuss your needs, go over lighting and fixture options, and map out the landscape lighting design. They'll be sure to give you the price of the job before starting any work.

On the day of your landscape lighting installation, we will:

  • Install the wiring, fixtures and transformer (if needed)
  • Make sure all of the outdoor lighting fixtures work right
  • Clean up any mess we made

3

Follow Up

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

Could we have done anything better when installing your landscape lighting? Let us know in the follow-up survey and we'll do everything we can to make it right.

Types Of
Landscape Lighting

You have the option of installing three types of landscape lighting:

  • Line voltage landscape lighting: Operates at 120 volts (same voltage as most device in your home) and must be hard-wired into your electrical system.

  • Low-voltage landscape lighting: Operates at 12 or 24 volts and requires a transformer to decrease the power transfer from your home's electrical system.

  • Solar landscape lighting: Requires no electrical wiring, but must be installed in areas with direct sunlight to operate at night.

Not sure which one to choose? We recommend low-voltage landscape lighting because it:

  • Is more reliable than solar lighting

  • Is safer in the rain than line voltage lighting

  • Costs less to run than line voltage lighting

  • Offers a wider variety of fixture options than solar and line voltage lighting

Types Of
Landscaping Lightbulbs

Most Atlanta homes use one of two types of landscape lighting bulbs: halogen (energy-saving incandescent) or LED (light-emitting diode).


Your electrician will be able to tell you which lighting option is best for your home, but we'll compare the two in the chart below to give you an idea of what to expect.

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