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Updated: May 28, 2018

Low voltage outdoor lighting offers many options to choose from. You can hire an electrician, or you could install your own low voltage lights if you were so inclined. Low voltage outdoor lights  use LED, as a result greatly reduces energy bills. Likewise, they are less expensive depending on the fixtures you choose. Above all they have particular areas of nighttime illumination where they really stand out. Let’s look at them.

Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting – Path Lights

Path lighting is really where low voltage choices shine. Kichler Lighting has a distinctive collection of 12 volt path lights and deck lights, often coming in collections. Another option is a low voltage path and spot lighting kit.

Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting – Deck Lights

Decks were meant for these low voltage lights. They’re great for do-it-yourselfers and, again, they are much more energy efficient with more focused light than their 120V cousins. They can be installed on the deck rails, the stairs and even clipped onto the deck for task lighting.

Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting – Post Lights

Post lights can be caps on top of an existing post, or more traditional post light fixtures, giving it more height. Furthermore, they are excellent for front entryways and anywhere else where more clearly pronounced lighting is required. People use low voltage outdor post lights for their decks as well.

Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting – Patio Lights

Lighting up the patio is a great way to start a party or enjoy a quiet evening at home. Also, depending on the style of your patio, there are many options to consider. As a result you may choose from a hanging chandelier or small path lights to place about the perimeter of your patio. Be creative, plan ahead and most of all, enjoy your time on your patios.