When the cooler weather gets here, lots of things will change around town in Raleigh. The leaves will change colors, the kids will be back in school and your shorts and tee shirts will be replaced by layers, layers and more layers. Just as you change your own wardrobe for the seasons, your Raleigh outdoor lighting may require some changes or updates to stay up-to-date and looking its best all year round.
Consider how the changing scenery may affect your current Raleigh outdoor lighting design. As the leaves change color and eventually fall out of the trees, you may be left with dark, unflattering shadows on your house that were previously suited for the thicker foliage. Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh highly recommends calling a professional from our team to take a look at your current designs and help you plan for the changing season. We’ll evaluate how your home will look once the seasons change and craft a design to adapt to the changing scenery.
Here’s a look at three areas of your Raleigh outdoor lighting system that typically require some adjustments or updates during changing seasons:
Firstly, and most obviously, Raleigh tree lighting techniques may change drastically between summer and Fall. During the summer when the trees in your yard are thick and full of bright green leaves, your home may require additional lighting fixtures to break through the foliage. However, once those leaves are gone during the colder seasons, your house may have some unflattering hotspots that need to be dimmed or otherwise adjusted. Additionally, many homeowners feel that the trees in their yards are far less attractive during the colder months. We’ll help you craft beautiful designs for even the barest of trees in your yard and create a much more balanced look for your home with expert Raleigh tree lighting techniques.
Another problem many homeowners face when the weather changes is that the changing foliage may cast dark, unflattering shadows on the house as a result of unadjusted Raleigh architectural lighting at night. Call Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh today to learn a few smart techniques, such as using simple accent lighting fixtures to bring out even the smallest of features in your home’s unique structure and how to use flood lights and other larger-beam outdoor lighting fixtures to your advantage without running into problems once the seasons and foliage changes again next year.
Every homeowner treats their decks and patios differently in the summer than in the Fall. Whether you’re planning to take advantage of the gorgeous, cooler weather in the coming months by hosting get-togethers and family dinners outdoors, or if you’re packing it in until next summer, our experts at Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh know how to help you get exactly what you want out of your backyard. Create a one-of-a-kind party-spot or dress up a gorgeous backdrop for your home with expert Raleigh deck and patio lighting from Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh today.
David Rohrer, Owner
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh