Most landscape lighting today is low voltage and with good reason. Unlike 120-volt systems, it’s safer to work with and less costly to install. And though low-voltage lights receive one-tenth the power, thanks to a step-down transformer, there’s no limit to the effects they can achieve, from ethereal moonlight beamed down from a tree canopy to a subtle glow that washes over a low garden wall.

More than just picking the right hardware, a pleasing lighting scheme is also about artistry. To know more about landscaping lightning, /you can visit this site –

Types of outdoor landscape lighting:

  1. Spotlights
  2. Flood Lights
  3. Up/Downlights

Spotlights: It’s a general term because spotlights become a certain type of light when used in a certain way. For example, if you point a spotlight upwards at a wall, it becomes an uplight that creates a wall grazing effect. Spotlights can range in brightness and amount of area they cover. They often illuminate statues, plants, walls, patios, and anything you can point it at.

Flood Lights: Flood lights are the most useful of the types of outdoor landscape lights for brightening large areas. They are spotlights with a high brightness and wide coverage range. They often illuminate driveways and patios from above.
 Up/Downlights: With a wide range of uses these spotlights are some of the best from a design standpoint.  Uplights can bring statues to life, create patterns on walls, and beautify your yard.