Choosing the right kind of lighting and placing it at the right place in your garden can be a little tricky. With the rise of cost-effective LED lights, you can brighten up your garden at half the energy consumed by halogen lights.
Make the most out of your garden by properly placing your light sources. Low voltage lightings can be installed at the beginning of a walkway, at a point of change of direction, or at the conclusion of a walk. They can also be placed on walls, instead of the risers, to illuminate more steps.
Place low voltage wire in the conduit when in concrete. Harsh chemicals in concrete can dissolve the plastic casing of the wire, rendering the light useless.