Outdoor LED Lights & Exterior Light Fixtures

You can’t avoid the night. But you can avoid paying too much for outdoor LED lighting.
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Find Outdoor LED Lighting That Fits Your Needs

If you're looking for outdoor LED lighting, you've come to the right page. From LED porch lights parking lights to decorative and landscape lighting, we’ve got it all. Exterior lighting fixtures help provide added visibility and security for many different applications. Whether it’s your porch or your patio, led house lights can help you feel safer and more comfortable at night. From motion sensor backyard lighting to front yard pathway lighting, outdoor lighting fixtures change your home for the better. To help you find what you need, we’ve split our menu up into popular outdoor categories, like wall packs, dusk to dawns, or area lights. Spoiler alert: they’re all quality tested and are guaranteed to perform the way they’re supposed to.

We could go on, so we will. Whether you're looking to increase sign visibility with flood lights and spot lights or simply improve garage visibility to make things a little more safe, everything you need is right here. Oh, and almost all of our lighting is UL listed for quality, plus you get 5-year warranties for that added peace of mind. It's kind of what we're about. Grab your savings today. Read Less

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Frequently Asked Questions About LED Lighting

Are LED lights good for outdoor use?

LED lights are excellent for outdoor use. In fact, outdoor LED lighting is perfect for adding an extra boost of security to your perimeter. Not only can outdoor LED bulbs reduce energy costs by up to 90%, but they produce brighter, more even light than their traditional counterparts. LED lights also last 20 years, compared to traditional lighting, which needs to be replaced every 2-3 years. This saves you and your client valuable time and money.

How many lumens do I need for exterior LED lighting?

The first thing you should do is determine the square footage of the area you’re looking to illuminate. Do this by multiplying the length times the width. Then determine the number of foot candles by room type. For reference, there are usually charts online with this information. Once you have this number, multiply it by your square footage, and that’s the number of lumens you’ll need. As an example, if a space is 100 square feet and needs 30-40 foot candles, you’ll need 3,000-4,000 lumens.

How long do LED outdoor lights last?

LED outdoor lights typically last 20 years. This means 20 years without replacements, which saves you and your client countless hours and money. All of our LED lights are third-party quality tested, meaning that when we say a fixture will last you over 100,000 hours, we mean it. Traditional lighting, on the other hand, will need to be replaced every 2-3 years, making it a more costly and less efficient option.

What is the best outdoor LED lighting color?

Well, it depends on what you’re looking to illuminate. If you’re wanting to highlight statues or stonework, stick in the 2000K to 3000K range. This warmer color temperature range will give a nice contrast against otherwise cooler colors. You’ll want to use a similar color temperature range, as it’s not harsh on the eyes, for outdoor living and entertainment areas. For garden lighting, try 3000K to 4000K, which is more in the neutral color temperature range, giving a natural hue to plants.

What are the benefits of LED outdoor lights?

Unlike their traditional counterparts, LED technology turns out right away. They also are much cooler, which makes than safer to handle, reducing the risks of burns. In addition, there’s no need to take extra precautions when disposing of them, unlike with CFLs and incandescent bulbs. LED outdoor lights also last much longer than traditional lighting and save your client thousands on their electric bill.

What are the types of available LED outdoor lighting schemes?

Examples of available outdoor lighting schemes are direct Lighting, semi-direct lighting, semi-indirect lighting, indirect lighting, and general lighting.

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