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How to Design and Install Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting

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Paint a romantic scene in your backyard or garden by using a variety of low voltage lighting devices and techniques.

When it comes to making the most of low voltage ourdoor lighting, good design is key.  In this video, I work with a couple of outdoor lighing designers to come up with a night lighitng plan that will emphasize some of my backyard's most interesting features including trees, shrubs, ponds, fountains, archways and more.  We go into detail about what kinds of fixtures to use for the effect you want and where to place lights for maximum effect.  The intention in all this is to come up with a look that's attractive, yet natural.

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