Garden Spotlights can be used as the main focus of your outdoor lighting scheme. Spike spotlights can be used for both spotlighting and uplighting. Some of the more popular fittings are GU10 Halogen fittings with a maximum 50 watt halogen bulb or the low voltage 12 volt MR16 bulb equivalent both of which come in a variety of beam angles and wattages with a choice of colours being a further option. With the use of modern technology most of these types of spotlights can now be adapted to accept low energy bulbs in both fluorescent and led.
Spotlights can be used to precisely pick out areas or subjects within your garden or outdoor space. The advantage of their small size and ability to direct light exactly where it is required which makes spotlights a popular choice with designers and home owners alike. The low voltage versions will require a transformer of some kind, this can be an external unit or one built into the spotlight itself. Both surface mounted and ground burial transformers are available, your electrician will be able to fully advise you of the best type to suit your individual garden installation.
Low energy and LED garden spotlights are now very popular and we have a large range to choose from on our web site, LED bulbs are the newest innovation and have become far more powerful over recent years with some of our 4 watt and 5 watt versions now giving as much light output as a 50 watt halogen bulb for only 10% of the running costs. Whilst they do currently cost a little more than their halogen counterparts they will last a lot longer in general use and therefore are time and cost saving overall spotlights on maintenance and running costs.
Garden Spotlights come in a variety of types and styles from 316 marine grade stainless steel to tough rigid thermoplastic molded. Both wall mounted and ground spike fitments are shown in our range. All our garden Spotlights are given an IP rating so that you can be fully aware of their suitability for a specific area. We are always available to offer expect assistance if you do need any further help please contact us on our free phone number 0800 061 9041 during office hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org.