Garden Lights Installation Service in Dubai, We Electrician Dubai also offer all Handyman services across Dubai. We have experienced and licensed holder electrician. They can resolve all your electrical issues and Garden Lights Installation Service your home in a very efficient and professional way. Spending lots of money on lights to decorate your home is good and when it comes to electrician so never take a chance to call unprofessional electricians because they don’t know how to fix lights and they can make a short circuit in your home.
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Garden Lights Installation:
Electrician Dubai specializes in Garden Lights Installation Service and can help you with practical and aesthetic projects for your home. Outdoor Garden Lights Installation is a key part of interior design and can make a house truly feel like a home. It can also be an intrinsic component of landscaping. However, lighting represents a major component of energy consumption, accounting for a significant part of all energy consumed worldwide. Therefore, proper residential and commercial Garden Lights Installation Service can save you money and conserve natural resources at the same time.
Garden lights installation is simple to install and can dramatically change the look of your home or garden. Lights can be used to illuminate a walkway or to lighten up your home’s street address at night. Beginnings have a wide range of low-voltage and solar lighting products, which are easy to install.
Choose Your Garden Lights Installation:
Garden lights installation can add a high-end look to your home and makes it safer too. The first step is to choose your lighting. There are many types of lights and fixtures to choose from. Spotlights can highlight specific features while floodlights can illuminate a wide area. You can decide what type of lights you want in which areas with a flashlight. At night, use a flashlight with the ability to switch between spot and flood mode to see how different lighting styles look in different areas.
Types of Garden Lights installation:
There are two ways to power your outdoor lighting. Solar-powered lighting is easy to install and has no wiring. Or, the type we are installing today is low-voltage lighting, which plugs into any outdoor GCFI outlet and works great as a decorative touch or to illuminate a path. We are using a lighting kit that comes with all the necessary components, but if you are building your own or adding to an existing kit, remember to choose a finish that matches.
How To Garden Lights Installation:
Run an underground electrical line into the garden to power an outdoor light or a pond pump. Here’s the quickest and cheapest method for bringing power to a remote spot without tearing up your yard.
Planning the project:
Say you need a bright yard light way out in your yard or a remote outlet to power a pond pump or electric tools. By far the best way to get electrical power right where you need it is to run underground “line” voltage (120-volt household current). All it takes is a little electrical moxie and a willingness to dig a shallow trench.
Planning the wire route:
Mark the cable route from the power source (house outlet) to the position of the remote outlet with spray paint. Dig a 12-in. deep trench connecting the two points and the 2-ft. deep posthole for the light.
Digging the trench and pothole:
The best digging tools to use for the trench itself are a mattock and a trenching shovel. That way you’ll be able to dig a fairly narrow trench to avoid moving the mountains of dirt you would with a conventional shovel.
Running wire under walkway:
Drive 1/2-in. rigid metal conduit under the walkway with a sledgehammer. Protect the ends with fittings and lay wood blocks in the trench to keep the conduit clear of the trench bottom.
Partially preassemble your light post before wiring it:
Our light post is partially preassembled before it’s wired. That’s so you can stick it in the ground and have full access to the interior for stapling wires. The boxes and the cable are protected by a wooden housing, so standard metal or plastic electrical boxes and cable are all you need once the wire enters the protection of the box. It’s a different matter at the house hookup. There you’ll need to use weatherproof boxes and run the cable through conduit that’s coupled directly to the box with adapters. If you’re simply mounting an outlet on a bare 4×4, you’ll have to protect the wire within conduit right up to the box the same way as the house connection and use an exterior-rated box.
Electrical connection tips:
Install the lightbox and run a cable from it to the outlet box. Insert both cables and fasten them to the outlet box with cable clamps.