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Outdoor Lighting products for sale online in Zambia

For safety, night time aesthetics, security, recreation, social and event uses
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Damungu Zambia
Damungu Zambia
Solar and Renewable
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K470
Solar Garden Lights
Outdoor Lighting
Add safety and beautify your home with cost-effective Solar Powered Garden Lamps. These modern lamps are sleek and deliver light along the walkways and dark areas around your home.
Damungu Zambia
Damungu Zambia
Solar and Renewable
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K1,450
Cut costs and cut ties from the grid with a 100w floodlight. Solar Light Solar Panel & 150w Flood Light Set is made with a motion detector & adds bring light to your garden and home.
Damungu Zambia
Damungu Zambia
Solar and Renewable
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K2,700
Increase the safety of your home/yard with a 200w Solar Powered Street Light. This light is built with smart remote control, automatic lighting and is equipped with a reliable & highly efficient solar panel.

Outdoor Lighting

For safety, night time aesthetics, security, recreation, social and event uses

Landscape lighting or garden lighting refers to the use of outdoor illumination of private gardens and public landscapes; for the enhancement and purposes of safety, nighttime aesthetics, accessibility, security, recreation and sports, and social and event uses. Outdoor lighting fixtures are designed to be weatherproof. Light up the outside of your home with Best of Zambia suppliers. Illuminate your front door to provide an extra layer of security, highlight your home's landscaping or architecture, and much more. Find the best outdoor lighting solution for your home.

The best type of lighting, outdoors and in, is LED. LED lights use far less energy than incandescent or even halogen bulbs, so you can leave them on for long periods without heavily impacting the electric bill.

LEDs are the best choice for outdoor lighting for many reasons. Outdoor LED lighting benefits include: Brighter light: LEDs are a brighter white than traditional halide street lamps, helping better illuminate streets, sidewalks and parking lots. Longer life: LEDs, depending on their usage, can last up to 50,000 hours.

Excess heat thrown by outdoor lighting can be dangerous. Not only can overheating lights cause outages, but they also run the risk of catching dryer foliage on fire. LED lighting stays cool to the touch, making it a much safer option for outdoor lights.

The main reason professional outdoor lighting can seem expensive is because of the materials used. Cast brass materials are not cheap, but they are well worth it. They are the most reliable and long lasting material that can be used for outdoor lighting.

Try ceiling lights overhead on a covered patio alongside outdoor table lamps, step lights for safety, path lights to illuminate your walkways. For softer lighting, add some candlelight with lanterns or candle holders. You can also hang string lights along railings or overhead for a festive look.

For covered patio spaces, you can go with outdoor pendants, flushmount ceiling fixtures or even recessed lighting. Make sure you select fixtures rated for the outdoors and put them on a dimmer so you can control the light output.

Floodlights and spotlights or a combination of both can be used to add dimension and height to your yard. Floodlights will cast a wide beam suitable for illuminating a large area like a driveway, while spotlights will disperse a narrower beam of light.

Perhaps the biggest drawback of LED light bulbs is that they emit more blue light than incandescent bulbs, which are more on the red end of the spectrum. Blue light can cause a disruption in your circadian rhythm, negatively affect your ability to fall asleep and the quality of your sleep.

The most common reasons for LED blowing out are high voltage, bad contacts, use of incompatible dimmer switch, or recessed lighting. Other causes include overheating due to not using the right fixtures, or simply a bad batch of lightbulbs!

Unlike incandescent light bulbs, LEDs don't produce light using heat. This is part of what makes them so energy efficient. The downside is that their components can be sensitive to overheating, which can cause them to burn out prematurely.

LED technology is the next best option to turning off a switch. Using up to 90% less energy than conventional halogen bulbs, LEDs are the best value lighting solution, saving energy and dramatically reducing your lighting bills.