by Lee Wyatt
(last updated November 30, 2020)
Have you ever gone home at night, only to find that you don't have any lights on? Instead of wondering who (or what) may be waiting for you in the dark, why not shed some light on the situation? That is what outdoor lights are designed to do after all. If you have inadequate lighting, no lighting, or are simply looking for a change, then you need to follow these guidelines. These guidelines are designed to help you not only choose the best possible outdoor lights, but to also ensure that you get them installed properly.
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