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What's New in Residential Security Lighting? Plenty! from Mohammad Daniyal's blog

If you have started a remodeling project and have reached a point where the inside work is finished, or you can't stand being indoors with the project that seems to grow rather than get smaller, doing some yard work may get you outside for a while and have you accomplish a project that doesn't keep you indoors. Adding some residential security lighting is probably not a weekend project but something you can probably accomplish in a couple of weekends.


When residential security lighting first came on the market for the homeowner, it more or less worked in theory. The motion sensing devices did not exactly work adequately and lights would close protection chauffeur on in the middle of the day or in the wrong location for apparently no reason. Sometimes only one light would go on in a dual lamp setup and then it would be the one lighting and area in the wrong direction.


Fortunately, security lighting has come a long way for the do-it-yourselfer. Stealth motion detector light kits now come with a light that covers 110 degrees. Many have twin precision deluxe floods that are shielded for longer life and more targeted lighting. Best of all, the kits now come already wired and assembled to take out the guesswork. They don't come with the lamps however, so those need to be purchased separately. In most case, a bulb up to 150 watt is adequate. Check the instructions to see what type of lamp is recommended. Surge protection is also in stalled in case of a lightning strike or other electric surge.



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