10 Aug 2021

It’s very exciting with the changes of season how beautiful the houses light up with fall lighting. Fall lighting can come in a few different forms: security, with purpose, for style, and a combination of these.  Some people like to have extra lighting for the changing of the seasons so people can see where they’re going without fear of tripping. Other people like the extra lighting to add highlights to the beauty of their home, or even add a pop of color! Either way, we at Garden State Irrigation are gearing up to help all our customers’ visions to come to life. For this to be a smooth transition, like Summer to Fall, we are asking for you to be prepared to install fall lighting.

You may be asking, “Prepare for fall lighting? What does that mean?” It’s quite simple! Check out the list below to see how you can help your local outdoor lighting company:

  • Cleaning your lights: After all our summer fun, it’s important to clean your lighting. This allows you to examine your lights one by one, being able to see which bulbs are dead and which fixtures need to be replaced.
  • Tidying up your landscaped areas: Falling leaves and raked lawns risk accidentally hiding one of your fixtures. We want to be able to examine all your lights, making sure your lights are working and covering the areas you’d like to be lit.
  • Adjust your lights: Many people decide they want to add lights during the fall, so if that’s something you’re considering, you may want to have your lights adjusted before adding new. Check out your property and be sure to have an idea of what you’d like done before your appointment to have fall lighting installed.
  • Adjust your timer: With Daylight Savings around the corner, it’s important to remember to adjust your timer accordingly. This will make sure your lights come on at the right time and there won’t be any worries when it starts to get dark earlier.

We look forward to installing your fall lighting. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a FREE estimate.