NiteLites Landscape Lighting Systems of Northern Kentucky Featured at 2005 Kentucky Home Products Expo

NiteLites Landscape Lighting Systems of Northern Kentucky Featured at 2005 Kentucky Home Products Expo

  • On June 29, 2013

NiteLites Landscape Lighting Systems of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Dayton, an industry leader in the low voltage outdoor landscape and architectural lighting field, specializing in both residential and commercial installations, brings their dazzling lighting applications to the 2005 Kentucky Home products expo this February 3-6. Stop by booth 38AA. Jim Landsiedel, owner of these regional NiteLites locations and his staff will be ready to show you their comprehensive package of superior outdoor lighting systems and service for both residential and commercial properties.

NiteLites landscape lighting systems offers many benefits:

Accent & Spotlighting
A quick way to add drama to any landscaped garden. Position intense and narrowly focused lights near the base of statuary or trees or near a surfaced wall or trellis. Although this technique is very compelling, it should be used sparingly.

Cross Lighting
This effect can be very appealing as the object is lit from two sides. When done correctly, this not only highlights the feature but also softens it at the same time.

Down Lighting
To illuminate extended deck steps and sloping pathways, down lighting is a highly effective and preferred method for safety and security outdoor lighting. It is also used to create interest with shadows.

Path and Outdoor Lighting
There is perhaps nothing more alluring that a well lit garden path. Place low level lights on either side of a path or walkway. As an added benefit, path garden lighting provides a safe walkway and adds to your home’s security. The most common mistake made by do it yourself is using too many lights creating a runway effect. Actually over lighting in general is the biggest mistake made by untrained lighting installers – more is definitely not better.

Shadowing
If you have a tree or statue with a striking profile in front of a wall or other surface, shadowing may be a very elegant way to add some drama to the exterior of your home. Your designer will either place spot lights low in front of the object to create shadows and depth or to achieve a very dramatic shadow, they may elect to place the fixture high above the focal point.

Silhouetting
The opposite of shadowing, this outdoor lighting technique can be very dramatic. Lights positioned behind and below the object to create a spectacular silhouette.

Spread Lighting
If you’ve invested in landscaping your garden with flowerbeds and low shrubs, you’ll want to enhance its nighttime appeal with spread lighting. Carefully hidden in low lying landscaping and ground cover, your focus will be on the beauty of the variety of textures and patterns of your plants rather than on the source of the light.

Moonlighting
This technique is effective on medium to large trees, placing one or two low voltage lights onto the second or third tier of branches. By angling the light, a romantic moonlight effect is created in the foliage above. On the other hand, when lights are angled down, a completely different subtle dappled effect is created on the ground – and this is also known in the industry as moonlighting.

Up Lighting
If a canopy of branches covers your garden, lighting designers may create uplighting by placing a light at ground level and angling the lamp upwards. The illuminated branches will reflect a soft glow onto your garden, patio, or deck.

Washing
By placing the light at the base of a wall or hedge, the light ‘washes’ over the surface creating a soft glow effect. However this can also be achieved by ‘lifting’ the light at certain angles to wash the desired area. For example, the patio area is an optimal place for such lighting. This may also be called facade lighting when used to light the surfaces of a building.

Submersible Lighting
Submersible Lighting produces fantastic effects as it combines the beauty of lighting with the elegant calm of water. Moving fountains or still reflecting pools of water can become powerful retreats when professionally lit.

NiteLites is offering a free demonstration for your property. See the results of our system before you invest anything. We will design and temporarily install a lighting system. You can work with one of our professional designers to develop an application that reflects your personal tastes and fits your budget. By taking advantage of our evening home demonstration you will see exactly how your home will be illuminated and accentuated. We will provide you with an accurate cost estimate for the finished installation. There are no surprises with the NiteLites lighting system. Put Yourself at the Center of it All and stop by our booth to request a free evening demonstration.

NiteLites world headquarters, located in Franklin, Ohio, specializes in the manufacturing, design, installation, and life time repair of top quality low voltage lighting for both residential and commercial applications. NiteLites proprietary line of copper and brass fixtures provide an inviting application of light on any project. NiteLites continually strives to elevate the standards of quality, safety, and professionalism in the outdoor lighting industry, their products and systems provide the latest cutting edge technology from their progressive manufacturers as well as a solid history of providing first rate service to every client.

NiteLites Architectural and Landscape Lighting information is available at nitelites.com/northern-kentucky-outdoor-lighting/. If you are interested in outdoor lighting and would like a free consultation, call 1-866-648-3548.

For more information on the 2005 Kentucky Home products expo , visit their web site at http://www.nkycc.com/. Don’t miss NiteLites at the Vandalia Home Show February 10 – 13, the Miami County Home Show February 24 – 27, the 2005 Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati Home & Garden Show on February 26 – March 6, and the Dayton Home & Garden Show March 11 – 13. For more information, call Jim Landsiedel at 1-937-866-1420.

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