Garden lights are a great way to enhance your outdoor space in the evenings. They can also function as security lights to brighten the exterior of your home and give you peace of mind. There are many options when considering how to light the exterior of your home.

Outdoor Lighting
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Solar Lights

Solar lights are efficient and environmentally friendly. Utilising the renewable energy of the sun, these lights charge during the day and do not require any wiring. Easy to install, solar lights can be placed in any outdoor area. Solar lights range from stake lights, lanterns and wall lights, providing plenty of choice.

Solar Lights
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String Lights

Fairy lights can be used all year round. They are an effective way to add beauty and a magical feel to your outdoor space. With battery operated, solar powered and mains powered options available, string lights are versatile and easy to install. Wrapped around pergolas, trellises or fences, these lights add an enchanting, decorative light to any garden.

String Lights
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Stake & Bollard Lights

Stake & bollard lights are one of the most versatile lighting options and are perfect for lighting pathways. All you need to do is push them into the ground or flower beds. An excellent choice of lighting for barbecues and summer parties.

Post Light
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Candle Lighting

Candles and tealights are a great way to add ambient lighting to any garden or patio. Placed in an outdoor lantern or candle holder, they create an enchanting glow that’s perfect for setting the mood when entertaining al fresco style. Placed on the decking or in the centre of the garden table, candles bring subtle illumination and a touch of warmth.

Lantern
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Garden lights add ambience to any outdoor space. Whether it’s a string of lanterns or a traditional lamp post, garden lighting is perfect for illuminating pathways and creating an inviting atmosphere all year round.

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