NiteLites of Dayton Outdoor Lighting to Meet with Homeowners at 11th Annual Hometown Expo, Springboro That Spring Thing
- On August 11, 2013
NiteLites of Dayton Outdoor Lighting, an industry leader in the energy efficient outdoor landscape and architectural lighting field, brings their dazzling lighting applications to the 11th Annual Hometown Expo, That Spring Thing, March 19, 2011. The owners of NiteLites of Dayton Outdoor Lighting will be ready to show you their comprehensive package of superior outdoor lighting systems and service for both residential and commercial properties. Nitelites of Dayton prides itself on its outstanding products that feature the latest outdoor LED technology. This technology offers a 75% energy savings over traditional halogen systems.
That Spring Thing is a free Springboro community event that features 160 Exhibitors as well as a variety of other free fun. The event takes place at Springboro High School in Springboro, Ohio. While attending the expo, be sure to visit the NiteLites exhibit and let Jim and Tracy Landsiedel explain the practical, as well as the aesthetic benefits of their outdoor low voltage lighting systems. Their extensive portfolio of photos of homes and commercial properties, illuminated by NiteLites landscape lighting systems, will also be on display.
Poor lighting can lead to avoidable accidents, whereas, a well-lit walkway allows visitors to see potential hazards. A professionally designed and installed outdoor lighting system provides walkways that are illuminated adequately to provide safety, but subtle enough to avoid a high intensity, runway effect. A wide array of NiteLites fixtures are designed to direct lighting downward to minimize glare and outdoor lighting pollution adhering to the principles of the Dark Sky Association (IDA).
With the addition of a NiteLites low voltage or LED lighting system, social functions and gatherings may continue well after dark. Deck and patio lighting is also a necessity for Jacuzzi or hot tub owners wanting to take full advantage of their luxurious investments.