Many of our area lights are available with a number of different light distribution patterns, letting you customize the shape of light projected, depending on the needs of your project. With these kinds of customizations available, it ensures that all intended areas remain brilliantly lit. It also makes sure you’re not wasting any extra light you don’t need. Not sure which fixtures are the best for your application? Use our lighting layout tool. It literally takes you step by step in determining a fixture’s light output, all in a matter of minutes. Oh, and we’ve also got printable footcandle and reflector guides, to make your job even easier.
Our area fixtures are available in 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K, so you’re bound to find the best fit for your next application. Since many are UL and DLC Premium, which are the highest standards of quality in the LED world, they’re estimated to last over 100,000 hours. Which is up to and possibly over 22 years. Talk about a sound investment, huh? Browse above and let us know if you have any questions.
LED Area Light FAQs
How do you light an outside area?
Whether it's your home or round-the-clock business, outdoor lighting provides an electrifying way to transform the outside space. At the same time, LED bulbs can add an element of security and style. From strip lights to flood lights to wall mounts, we have a wide range of illuminating options that will allow your surroundings to shine past daylight.
What are the most affordable area lights?
A brightly-lit property can be one of the most effective ways to keep your home safe. Affordable lighting design promotes energy efficiency, like LED lighting. Although the initial purchase cost of LEDs are on the more expensive side compared to traditional incandescent bulbs, they save you money in the long run because they’re long-lasting and have low energy usage.
How do you calculate lighting for an area?
Outdoor area lighting is excellent for illuminating the yard after the sun goes down. Regardless of the amount of power needed, lumens are used to measure brightness. When choosing the best outdoor area lighting, lumens are essential to calculate. If you’re tackling an area light project, following these lumen requirements is best.
- Motion sensor lights: 300-700 lumens
- Flood lights: 700-1300 lumens
- Hardscape lights (on walls): 50-185 lumens
- Step lights: 12-100 lumens
- Landscape lights: 50-300 lumens
- Path lights: 100-200 lumens
- Landscape spotlights: 120 lumens
- Lamp posts: 120-180 lumens
- Pond/pool lights: 200-400 lumens
How can I light an area without electricity?
Solar-powered or dawn to dusk lighting is the way to go if you want to light up your outdoor space without spending more on your electricity bill. With the help of light sensor technology, dusk to dawn porch lights only glow when the surrounding area isn’t bright enough. In contrast, just as the name suggests, solar-powered lights draw enough energy from sunlight to provide illumination at night.