For Decking Lights you have come to the right place. You can see from the items listed above, that we have the largest range of Decking Lights available online. The wonderful fittings allow you to create ambiance and illumination to your deck, be it for making a feature, or for safety.
Our decking lights are available with both LED's and Halogen Lamps. We would always advise that if the fitting is accessible to bare feet that the use of LED's is taken advantage of. LED's have virtually no heat output and this is an important thing to bare in mind when planning your deck lighting installation.
Many of our ranges are held in stock in great quantities, so if you place your order by 2pm you will receive it the next working day within a one hour delivery window. All stock items will be clearly marked on the product page. Not only does this mean you get your light fitting quickly, but it also ensures you receive the best customer service there is to offer.
Planning an installation on your deck can at times be tricky or daunting, but fear not, our trained sales team are on hand to answer any technical queries you may have and to offer advice on which fittings are suitable for your installation. You can reach un on 0800 046 9041 / 01223 897210 – Mon – Friday, 9am – 5pm, Saturday 10.00am - 4.00pm or alternatively, chat with us live using our online technical help service below.
Deck lighting can be divided into categories. Busy use areas such as the steps steps or walk through areas, these should be well illuminated for both safety and effect. Lighting for activities such as cooking on the barbecues, around the dining table and the bar / drinks serving areas. The final and by no means least rea is to create mood lighting for a relaxation area on the decking that will give you the right ambience as the sun goes down at the end of a long day
Planning Your Decking Lights
if you take the time to plan carefully with your lighting layout the results and effects you can achieve can be breathtaking and your deck will become an extra room an extension to your living space for may years to come and will give you years of enjoyment with family and friends. They say that less can sometimes be more and this is true of deck lights, avoid over lighting the area, as it can look to stark and harsh. If you feel that you need to increase the levels of light around your decking look into using a secondary source of light such as flowerbed or plant pot low level spotlight illuminating through shrubs or other plants from the sides and edges of the decking can crate shadows and patterns of diffused light around the deck area. Fittings recessed into the deck floor will provide little direct illumination to the area above as the light goes straight upwards rather than spreading out to the sides. This style of light is extremely attractive and should not be overlooked, as it will provide essential mood lighting. Deck lights can also be recessed into handrail posts and steps where they can provide a very attractive horizontal spread of light across the steps or walkway. Consider a higher level light source for tasks such as cooking or eating. These lights could be wired on their own switch circuit for extra flexibility.
All new and modified installations must comply with the latest IEE Wiring Regulations. Use an electrician registered with the self certification scheme prescribed in the regulations, For your own and others safety, outdoor electrical products must be installed in accordance with local Building Regulations. If in any doubt, or where required by the law, consult a competent person who is registered with an electrical certification scheme. Further information is available online or from your local authority. Never take risks with electrical safety. Before you start any type of electrical work, you must follow these following safety precautions: Switch off the main power at the consumer unit/fuse box. Isolate the circuit you plan to work on by removing the circuit fuse and place it where it cannot be accidental replacement. Or switch off the breaker and lock it if you can. Attach a note to the consumer unit/fuse box to advise you are working on the circuit. Check the circuit is dead with a socket tester or voltage tester/meter for lighting circuits.