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Outdoor Security Lighting to Brighten up the Night

Now that days are getting shorter, it’s more important than ever to ensure that your home’s exterior has proper lighting. When deciding on the best outdoor security lighting for your property, there are different factors to consider.

The Benefits of Outdoor Security Lighting

Outdoor lighting acts as a deterrent against potential intruders. Since it illuminates the most common points of access to your home, criminals now can’t find a place to hide. In addition, security lighting, when used in tandem with a security camera, optimizes the chance of a burglar being identified by facial recognition or other physical features. Proper outdoor lighting also keeps your family and guests safer by helping to prevent tripping or falling over unseen objects. It can add flair, atmosphere, and drama to your home, as well as being a smart safety feature.

Types of Security Lights

There are many different lighting options to choose from. Here are some examples:

  • Motion sensors provide an ideal balance between safety and energy efficiency. They’re only activated by movement. They’re also big cost-savers, since they’re off when no motion is present.
  • LED flood lights provide widespread, powerful illumination. The use of LED bulbs makes them very energy efficient as well.
  • Active lighting, like motion sensors, only goes on if motion caused by something or someone is detected.
  • Passive lighting is constant.

A truly successful security lighting system should include both active and passive features. Your system must also comply with any local regulations, such as wattage, height, and the types of light bulbs used.

Residential Electrical Service in Elkridge

Once you’re ready to design your outdoor security lighting system, the team at Tim Kyle Electric is ready to help. An actively lit house is a house that appears occupied. We can help you secure a bit of valued security. Contact us today.

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