I spent my first couple of years at Landscape Lighting Pro of Utah as a Lighting Technician, and then as a Crew Leader. I’ve worked on countless low voltage landscape lighting installation projects that required careful planning and a lot of technical skill. Fortunately for you, the reader, this blog isn’t about bombarding you with trivial information concerning voltage drops, kelvin temperatures, and lumen outputs. I’m simply offering up 5 simple things I learned as a tech that can help you trouble shoot your low voltage lighting system if the lights aren’t coming on.
Nothing is more irritating then when something isn’t working the way it should. With these tips it’s my hope that you can quickly get your lights up and running again.
It’s always a good idea to have some sort of a service plan in place for your system. Having your landscape lighting system serviced by a professional lighting team will help to keep everything running the way it should. If you have any questions about maintenance plans and what they entail, or if you have followed these trouble shooting strategies and still can’t figure out what’s wrong with your system, we would more than happy to help.
To learn more about how to light your outdoor living space, call us at (801) 440-7647 to schedule a free consultation, or feel free to simply fill out a contact form on our website.
Located in Midvale, Landscape Lighting Pro of Utah serves throughout Utah’s residential areas, including Salt Lake City, Park City, Draper, Davis and Utah Counties. Our outdoor lighting portfolio includes projects throughout Utah and beyond.