As the days grow shorter and the temperatures drop, it’s important to start thinking about preparing your landscape lighting for the winter months. Here are a few tips to help you keep your lights shining brightly all season long:
Dirt, debris, and leaves can build up on your lights over time, making them look dim and reducing their lifespan. To clean your lights, simply turn off the power to the system and then wipe them down with a soft cloth.
Burned-out bulbs can make your landscape lighting look uneven and uninviting.
Winter weather can take a toll on your landscape lighting fixtures. Check for any cracks, dents, or corrosion.
Overgrown plants can block the light from your fixtures, making them less effective. Trim back any plants that are growing within a few feet of your lights.
As the days get shorter, you’ll need to adjust your timers so that your lights come on earlier and go off later. This will help you to see your walkways and patios safely even in the dark.
If your landscape lighting is outdated or not working as efficiently as it used to, you may want to consider upgrading it to a newer system.
By following these tips, you can help to ensure that your landscape lighting is in top condition for the winter months. This will help you to enjoy your outdoor spaces safely and securely all season long.
Regular maintenance is essential for extending the lifespan of your landscape lighting system and maximizing its effectiveness.
Landscape Lighting Pro’s annual maintenance services ensure your outdoor lighting continues to illuminate your property beautifully throughout the winter and beyond.
Contact Landscape Lighting Pro today to schedule your annual maintenance service and keep your landscape lighting shining brightly all season long.