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Everything You Should Know About Patina and Surface Stains
The two most common aesthetic dilemmas that can occur on landscape lighting fixtures are hard water stains and patinas on the fixtures surface. Learn about the effects of these issues as well as the remedies for them.
Home Security Lighting to Make Your Home Less Attractive to Burglars
A home burglary occurs every 13 seconds in the United States. Outdoor security lighting can make your home less attractive to criminals so you can feel safer.
The How and Why of Recycling Mercury-Containing Bulbs
Millions of mercury-containing lamps are sold in the United States each year. Unfortunately, most are improperly discarded. Considering establishing a recycling program to minimize the risk to human health and the environment.
Using Dark Sky Approved Lighting to Reduce Light Pollution
Researchers claim that 99% of people in Europe and the United States live under light-polluted skies. In some parts of the world, people never experience a true night sky, but merely an artificial twilight. If you want to reduce light pollution, there are just four main dark sky lighting principles you need to know.
Turtle Safe Lighting Fixtures and Best Practices
By some estimates, only 1 in 1,000 sea turtle hatchlings will survive to adulthood. Natural selection accounts for most of these losses (and explains why female sea turtles lay so many eggs) but there’s also a more recent threat that humans are directly responsible for: artificial lighting.
Guide to Photography for Landscape Lighting Designers
Despite advances in digital cameras, taking night shots is still a challenge. The following guide gives you simple tips and tricks to create outstanding landscape lighting photos.
How to Choose Floodlights for Your Landscape Lighting Project
Just as a flood describes water overflowing its boundaries, a flood light is defined as a luminaire that spreads light beyond the boundaries of other (more focused) lights. A flood of water is usually a problem, but a flood of light can be either good or bad.
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