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Powering Outdoor Lights Without an Outlet

Adding outdoor lights to your home is an easy way to liven up the area and protect your home from intruders. Not only can they highlight your beautiful flowers and trees on your property, but also they can illuminate a pathway to your front door. Powering these outdoor lights can become tricky. However, the good news is there are a few ways to do so. If you need an electrician in Pikesville to install outdoor lights on your property, look no further. Tim Kyle Electric has the knowledge and experience to take on the project.

Ways to Power Outdoor Lights

Plugging lights into an exterior outlet is the easiest way to add lights for your home. Most homes have an outlet by the front and rear doors because they are required. You can take advantage of them with extension cords and control multiple lights at once. The only issue is that extension cords can be a tripping hazard. If you do not have exterior outlets, opt for solar outdoor lights or contact an electrician to add wiring for outdoor lights. Solar outdoor lights are available in multiple choices from path lights to floodlights. All you have to do is make sure they’re under adequate sunlight all day, so they have enough power to run when you need them. With solar lights, you don’t have to worry about an increase in your electric bill or about cords causing falls. Hard-wiring outdoor lighting to a specific outlet is the best way to achieve consistent power. Whether you choose to add lights to a patio, shed, or other location, you must hire a licensed electrician to do the job for you.

Looking for an Electrician in Pikesville?

Discover Tim Kyle Electric! We’ve been providing clients in Maryland and Pennsylvania with residential and commercial services since 1986. Our services include outdoor lighting, panel upgrades, renovations, and surge protection. Contact us today to learn more.

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