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MAY

Converting to Low Voltage LED Landscape Lighting

Can my high voltage outdoor lighting system be converted to low voltage LED? This was a question that was recently posed to me, and I thought it might make for a good blog topic since there are still a lot of high voltage landscape lighting systems in use around central Texas.  Most of those high […]

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APRIL

Down Lighting, Moon Lighting Do's and Don'ts

Here are the down lighting do’s and don’ts to know Down lighting is one of my favorite lighting techniques.  I love creating a beautiful and soft full moon effect in the landscapes of the Austin and central Texas area.  We have a lot of spectacular live oak trees which really lend themselves well for this […]

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MARCH

How Long Does It Take To Install A Professional Outdoor Lighting System In The Austin Area?

Well now, that’s a good one.  And like so many other things in the realm of outdoor lighting design – it depends. There are many things to consider when determining how long it will take for a custom landscape lighting design to be fully installed on the property. The most obvious factor to be considered […]

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JANUARY

Proper Tree Lighting Usually Requires Some Pruning

The most requested project we get is for the lighting of trees.  Here in central Texas we are blessed with all types of oak trees including live oaks, red oaks, white oaks, Spanish oaks, etc.  We also have cedar elms, crape myrtles, magnolias and many other types of magnificent trees and they all can look […]

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