LED Outdoor Lighting Installation for Orange County
LED outdoor lighting installation options for Irvine Orange County homes and estates.
For the last 6 years, we have only installed LED lighting systems. What type of LED lighting is best for landscape lighting for OC and LA homes?
These integrated Kichler LED fixtures to illuminate this San Juan Capistrano home. Only 12.4 watts Illuminates these tall trees beyond the property ” FREE real estate lighting”
LED outdoor lighting technology has become the gold standard for quality landscape lighting systems. There are now more options for LED lighting because of the new advances in LED technology.
There are basically 2 types of LED lighting system that are being installed by professional landscape lighting companies
1. Intergraded LED lighting fixtures.
These fixtures have integrated into the fixture the LED bulbs, driver, and the optics. These types of LED fixtures are a complete unit and are very reliable and can produce a high amount of light. I have Illuminated 40 ft. palm trees with a 12.4 watt integrated Kichler landscape lighting fixture. They have a 15-year warranty on the lamps part of fixtures.
LED lighting for this San Juan Capistrano home uses new LED lighting fixtures.
“FREE real estate lighting” these large trees are located beyond the property on common areas and illuminated from my client’s yard. What I tell my clients is, “ If it is a visual asset in the day it should be a visual asset at night”. This project is with Kichler integrated fixtures.
2. LED retrofit outdoor lighting fixtures
Many homes in Orange County have good quality existing fixtures. If the existing landscape lighting fixture is a good quality copper or brass then LED landscape retrofits can be a cost-effective way to make the LED transformation.
This Laguna Hills home had their existing landscape lighting retrofitted to LED.
This Laguna Hills home in Orange County has had a recent LED retrofit of almost 300 fixtures. Our recent LED projects have been in Shady Canyon, Laguna Niguel, Coto de Caza, Yorba Linda, and Huntington beach.
By Chuck Evans