A major difference in our uplighting systems is the lighting controls.

Most of our competitors use a simple analog timer to control their lighting systems.  This technology is way out-dated.  Those timers loose track of time easily and before you know it, the lights are coming on during the day and are turned off at night.  We use either digital timers with battery back-up in combination with photo cells or astronomical timers.  Both of these systems can retain their time and adjust themselves for the changing daylight hours throughout the seasons.  This saves money on power consumption by minimizing the system run-time and saves you the maintenance time of constantly having to adjust the lighting controls.

In this image we created a landscape with uplighting and a Redbud tree centered behind a pergola.
Contact Outdoor Life for more information on landscape lighting or help with your next landscaping project.