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What Landscape Lighting Can Do For You?

Contact Greenland today to have one of our experts design the right system for your landscape gardens. 

The right outdoor lighting allows you to derive the full benefits of your costly landscaping after the sun goes down. It also provides better safety and security.

  • Turn your garden into a wonderland at night

  • Make your home stand out in the neighborhood

  • Expand outdoor living and entertaining after dark

  • Improve safety and security on your property

  • Highlight favorite flowers and shrubs

  • Relax in your backyard or entertain on your patio or deck

Practical Benefits

  • Safety: good lighting on steps, walks and driveways helps avoid accidents
  • Security: floodlighting and other landscape lighting will deter prowlers and vandals. Prowlers will avoid a well-lit yard.
  • Investment: Grounds which are dramatically lighted at night look like a luxurious estate, increasing the resale value of your property.

DISTRIBUTOR OF QUALITY PRODUCTS BY:


Accent or Spot Lighting

Shadowing

Silhouetting

Pool & Pond Lighting

Downlighting

Uplighting

Steps & Pathways


Benefits of aLlow Voltage (12V) Lighting System vs. 120 Volt System

  • Lower overall cost
  • More energy-efficient and often more light output per watt
  • Little or not risk of shock or other electrical hazard
  • Minimum disturbance to lawn and garden
    (Cable can be buried without conduit and junction boxes or it can be left above ground)
  • Easy relocation of fixtures when desired. As plants and trees grow, simply move the fixture back to maintain proper illumination.
  • Low voltage fixtures typically mount to the ground with a stake.

12V

120V

  • flexibility when installing or relocating; cable is only hidden
  • designed for wet locations and operate safely when exposed to moisture
  • lamps (light bulbs) are small and allow fixtures to be smaller and less obtrusive in the landscape
  • lamps available in low watt type and many beam spreads; more precise lighting effects can be achieved with lower energy costs
  • can be plugged into existing outdoor receptacles; no need for an electrical contractor in most cases
  • transformer to convert current from 120v to 12v required; voltage drop (dim lights) can occur if improperly engineered and inadequately sized cable used
  • wire must be buried 18 inches and/or placed in a protective conduit; difficult to move
  • all fixtures and connectors must be absolutely waterproof; shock hazard potential when wet
  • lamps much larger and require larger fixtures to house them
  • higher watt lamps and one or two beam spreads produce inappropriately high light levels; lack of beam control creates glare problems; more expensive to operate
  • must always be installed by a licensed electrical contractor; local permits may be required
  • no transformer required; voltage drop not as critical

 

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Greenland Head Office
1553 Hyde Park Rd.
London, Ontario N6H 5L5
Office 519-439-0220 Fax  519-433-9780
Toll Free 1-800-361-4074  
barrysmith@greenlandirrigation.com
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