Spring is finally here and with that comes more time spent outdoors, enjoying your lighting system. It is vital to learn how to keep your system running properly throughout the season. Take a look at some of the best ways to ensure your lights look their best for years to come!
With the ground properly thawed, and no snow on the ground, now is the best time to check your lighting system for any damage that occurred during the winter time. Look for any fixtures in need of repair or burnt-out bulbs that require a replacement, then contact our office immediately to have a service technician out for servicing. Most fixtures have a lifetime warranty and we will be able to replace your damaged luminaires as soon as possible!
Spring is a popular time to make improvements to your landscaping, but as work is accomplished on your property, it's important to watch for some common landscaping mistakes that can prevent your lighting system from shining as bright as it should. The laying of new mulch can fill in or bury nearby fixtures and obstruct the light from properly shining through. Accumulated plant debris on lenses can make your lights appear dim. Edging existing or new mulch beds may result in cuts to landscape lighting wire and keep your lighting system from functioning properly. All of these mishaps are things to be aware of when beginning a new landscaping project.
At McKay Landscape Lighting, we take great pride in providing our customers with the best service possible. We work hard to be there for our customers well past the original installation. With Spring in full swing, routine maintenance is the best way to ensure any lighting system keeps it's beauty, functionality, and reliability for years to come. Interested in our Service Membership Program? Click Here To Sign Up Today!
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Our dedicated team at McKay Landscape Lighting works with you to create a custom landscape lighting design that's unique to your property. From design to installation to service, you can count on our team of experts to make sure you are happy with your lighting system for years to come.