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Night Lighting

TenderCare Lawn & Landscape specializes in creative and beautiful night lighting systems.

Our highly-skilled lighting designers can help you to create a functional and safe lighting plan to help you to better enjoy your beautiful landscaping and lawn even after the sun goes down.

Our night lighting is not only functional but is also a significant part of creating that perfect mood within your backyard paradise and throughout the exterior of your home and property.

Whether highlighting that special tree or creating a unique outdoor environment, night lighting adds both beauty and safety to your home.

Our experts can install lighting to highlight plants and trees of all sorts, and can be concealed into Wood Decks, Gazebos and Cook Centers, Ponds and Waterfalls, Pools, and Pavers and Retaining Walls just to name a few.

At TenderCare Lawn & Landscape, we utilize only the highest quality components to ensure years of reliability.

Our transformers range in wattage from 300 to 1200 watts and can be equipped with either a photo-cell for dusk till dawn lighting or with digital or analog timers for specific night lighting times. Both are convenient and cost effective.

Night lighting can help to eliminate the hidden areas for safety purposes. Additionally motion sensors can be added to transformers and some light fixtures for added safety and security.

You'll never be left in the dark with a TenderCare Lawn & Landscape night lighting system.

Frequently Asked Questions
What benefits do I get with LED lighting?

Long lifetime stands out as the number one benefit of LED lights. The average operational life of an LED bulb left on for eight hours per day is around 20 years. LED is 80-90% more energy efficient than traditional lighting. Because LED lights are resistant to shock, vibrations and external impacts they are great for rough conditions and exposures. Since LED has evolved we are currently performing over 90% of all new installs utilizing LED lighting due to these long term cost savings.

What are path lights?

Path lights are fixtures used to put light down on a sidewalk or path to add safety and beauty to your yard and landscape. Path lights can also be used as an area light to brighten a dark portion of the landscape or just to add an artistic flair to a dark landscape.

What is spot lighting used for?

Spot lights are a very versatile fixture that can be used to put light in any directed area. Spot lights can be used to light a statue or sign to increase visibility at night. They can also be used to light walls and spots on your house to add a sense of size, to show off a special texture of the walls, or for safety. Spot lights can also be used in trees to light sitting areas for use at night or to light the trunk of a big beautiful tree.

How do I light up my trees?

We use a special fixture called an uplight to shine light up the tree trunk and into the tree canopy. Depending on the size of the tree, multiple lights and different wattage of lights may be needed.

What is a transformer and what size do I need?

A transformer is needed to turn standard line voltage (120v) into low voltage (12v). Transformers are rated in watts and sized according to demand of application. Conventional incandescent lighting requires larger transformers due to larger wattage of bulbs. In larger applications, multiple transformers are required. The use of LED lighting requires much less wattage and can greatly reduce the size and need for multiple transformers.

Professional or retail lighting?

Lighting fixtures, bulbs and wire used in professional applications are a higher grade product than that found in most retail outlets. Professional installation uses waterproof connections instead of compression fittings for much longer life without worry of corrosion and rust. We use only top of the line dependable fixtures bulbs and related components as well as proper installation methods to ensure your lighting system's longevity.