The 2011 Columbus Build, Remodel, and Landscape Expo will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2011. Located within the Greater Columbus Convention Center, this event will take place January 14th, 15th, and 16th. The show will feature distributors, products, and services within the home improvement industry, including local landscape lighting professionals, NiteLites of Columbus LED Technologies. General Manager, Brad Hobbs, will be on-hand all weekend to meet with homeowners interested in the safety, security, and aesthetic benefits of their unrivaled outdoor LEDs for outdoor lighting systems.

Personal and property safety is key issue for any homeowner. NiteLites of Columbus Outdoor Lighting offers a comprehensive line of low voltage and LED landscape lighting systems to illuminate the perimeter of properties. Their reliable low voltage systems cast a soft, pleasing glow while eliminating dark spots and enhancing security. Adding exterior lights to a home will minimize the chances of becoming a target for vandalism or home invasion. This Columbus outdoor lighting company provides state of the art motion sensor lighting to help shine a light on a likely intruder, preventing a potentially dangerous situation. These lights also illuminate areas for children and pets in the early evening hours which helps them to be viewable while in the front or back yard and to keep them out of harm’s way.

NiteLites of Columbus LED Technologies offers a proprietary line of copper and brass specification grade low voltage fixtures that provide an inviting application of light on any project including outdoor lights for architectural lighting, landscape lighting, as well as lighting for patios, gardens, decks, pools, pathways, marinas and submersible lighting for fountains and ponds. In addition, NiteLites outdoor lighting designers create unique commercial lighting effects for neighborhood entryways, municipal projects, senior centers, marinas, hotels, resorts, colleges, schools, club houses, pool areas, retail businesses, shopping malls, warehouses, restaurants, public facilities and parks, apartment complexes, town homes, and condominiums.