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3413 Marion Drive
Tampa, FL 33637

It sounds like you put one huge light in front of your house and, boom! Grab your sunglasses and kiss any of the beautiful details of your home’s architecture goodbye. They cast a wide beam to offer a wash of light that highlights the architectural features of your home.

The best home floodlighting is combined with other layers for an entire palette of light. The goal is balance and composition, so we’d add washes of light across the front of your home, so the light gently carries your eye across the entire front of the house. Maybe your nice dark brick facade, or stone work, or heavy timber gables.

Each gets a soft wash of light so the eye sees and appreciates each portion of your home. We might light the columns on the front of your home, and those striking timber gables 20 feet away, but what about the spots in between? A lateral floodlight is perfect for those in-between spots, so they don’t disappear in the dark. A lateral wash fixture has a softer oval shape suited for aiming a wide, 120-degree spread of light toward your house. And we take your lifestyle into account when we select fixtures for your home’s unique lighting needs. If you have a new startup tree, we can put a single lamp on it with a 2-watt bulb that offers a nice soft beam spread.

Then, in eight years or so, when the tree is three times bigger, we can switch the bulb for a 5-watt lamp, or add a second fixture if needed. But if you want elegant, tasteful, artistic floodlighting for your house, you can’t just grab four 150-watt floodlights from the big box store and line them up, soldier style, in front of your house. That just aims a stark blast of light at your home that washes out all the nice architectural features that makes your house unique.

To learn more about how artistic, skilled floodlighting can beautify your home and landscape, call us at (801) 440-7647 to schedule a free consultation, or fill out our simple contact form. Located in Midvale, Landscape Lighting Pro of Utah serves customers throughout Utah’s residential areas, including Salt Lake City, Park City, Draper and Holladay.

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