See your landscape in a Beautiful new light !
Why Add Landscape Lighting?
Safety - Illuminate paths, steps, and your driveway at night so you and your family and friends can safely enjoy your property.
Beauty - Highlight the structure of a tree, or provide a soft wash of light over an architectural detail on your home.
Ambiance - Create a soft glow that adds comfort and warmth.
Function - Extend the use of your landscape into the evening.
Security - Illuminate those dark corners so you can be assured of safety.
Low Cost of Operation - LED systems are incredibly efficient - operating much more cost-effectively than products of the past.
Virtually No Maintenance...and we'll check on the system free of charge the first three years.
Ease of Operation - a timer and photo-sensor can turn the system on and off for you. Or we can step up to a premium system controlled by an easy to use phone app. You decide!
Follow Up Care - All of our landscape lighting installations include complimentary annual checkups for the three years after installation.
Make the Most of Wisconsin's Summers
...by extending your landscape's beauty into the evening hours.
And landscape lighting is also key to adding life to the winter landscape. Although the long, dark nights of winter hold a special beauty, it’s hard to deny the benefits added through subtle lighting. Just like our landscape installations we focus on a balanced approach, where different elements complement each other. We lean towards subtlety rather than, garish, over-the-top designs.
We proudly Install FX Luminaire & Amp lighting products. Both have great warranties and function great - providing safety, ambiance, and beauty. LED Technology has been a game changer with landscape lighting promising less maintenance, more options, and more flexibility. More advanced lighting systems are capable of adjusting color and output at the push of a button.
Let’s talk - we’d love to discuss path lighting, accent/ tree lighting, or creating a soft "moonlight" effect over a gathering space. Or how about a soft wash of light over the exterior walls of a home or highlighting some special architectural elements?