Most Raleigh homeowners have at least one lamppost or column light on their property. Chances are, that light was installed when your community was being developed. It may have even been placed on your property before your home was! This fixture is likely a line voltage light and probably consumes significant energy each month. Additionally, like any other lighting, these fixtures will eventually begin to give problems. If this is the case, perhaps it is a good time to consider your options. Did you know that Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh converts such fixtures to low-voltage, energy saving LED? We can do it for you too.
Let us come out and look at your post or column light to see what your options are. If the light is giving problems, your cable may have been damaged. The fix for this is actually easier that you may think. That said, if roots have grown through your wiring, the process may require additional work. Wiring will have to be replaced, but conversion is still possible. And remember that these lights don’t have to be giving you problems to benefit from LED conversion.
Conversion of a post or column light to low-voltage LED has significant benefits. Tying the fixture into your outdoor lighting system allows it to be controlled by your timer. It will turn off and on with the rest of your system. By utilizing our high quality LEDs, the light emitted by the fixture will have the same color temperature as the rest of your system. This will make it fit on your property rather than standing out. Finally, LEDs consume dramatically less energy per month than any other type of high quality outdoor lighting. You will be able to see the difference in your energy bills, giving you a little extra cash to put toward a treat for your family.
Don’t let your post or column light stick out awkwardly from your outdoor lighting system. It can look and function better than it currently is. It just needs to be converted by the right hands. Contact Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh today. With just a little work, this fixture can become a shining, energy efficient component of your outdoor lighting system.
David Rohrer, Owner
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh