Transformer: A transformer plugs into your house current (120V) and then reduces, or transforms, the current down to a much lower voltage – typically 12V or 15V. This is the essence of low-voltage landscape lighting. The combination of low-voltage and LED lamps uses very little energy, much less than conventional incandescent bulbs and Halogen.
GFCI Outlet. GFCI stands for ground fault circuit interrupter. It’s a protective device specifically designed to break the circuit every time there is an imbalance between incoming and outgoing current, just like a the circuit breakers you have inside the house do. When something goes wrong, the GFCI will trip and break the connection long before it gets to the main circuit breaker(s). The GFCI outlet protects electrical wiring and receptacles from overheating and possible fire, and greatly minimizes the risk of shock injuries and fatal burns.
Package The type and number of fixtures you’ll need to do what you want to do, and the lamps that go into the fixtures, and the stakes that are needed to install the fixtures into the ground, the cable, the connectors, and the transformer. Everything.
We have a better way.
We have a better way.
Highest quality equipment. Our suppliers offer the best fixtures you can buy. Brass or copper, capable of withstanding anything, including extreme weather and the ravages of time.
When you buy fixtures on Amazon and in the home improvement stores, they come with fixed lamps (bulbs). That means what you get is what you get, and that’s all you can get.
Our lamps are not fixed. If you want to replace them, it’s easier than changing a conventional bulb in your lamps inside.
Strong product warranty. Our fixtures have a lifetime warranty. Lifetime. Not two years (maybe).
Support. We've got your back. We give you all the information you need to unpack, set-up, install, and use your low-voltage LED lighting system.
Text, illustrations, even video. And we’re available to answer questions for the first 30 days, which should be more than enough time for you to install your lights. Remember, this is what we do. We’ve been through it all, we know what snags you might encounter and how to get past them. Want more? You can get an optional year of support, too. Call us or email us. We’re not going anywhere.