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Deck Lighting | Royal Decks and Landscapes

Would you like to entertain on your deck after the sun goes down? Do you want to wow your guests with the glowing look and enhanced safety of your deck? We can help.

Deck lighting is one of the most important features of your outdoor space, and can really enhance the look and feel of your property. 

Royal Decks and Landscapes offers a wide range of deck lighting services designed to highlight your deck and create an inviting atmosphere for you, your family, and your guests. We have a variety of options to choose from, so you can update your exterior space with a look that fits your style and your budget.

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“It has been a pleasure working with the Royal Decks & Landscaping team! From our initial discussion with Miro regarding deck design to the completion of the project, the team has been professional, mindful of our budget, kept us informed about timelines and any delays due to supply chain issues, and performed excellent workmanship.”

- Kathy Wilkie

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Benefits of Deck Lighting

Adding lighting to your deck will create a beautiful outdoor living space for you and your guests to enjoy in the evening, and it will also increase your safety by lighting up potential hazards such as stairs and railings.

Lights can be used to highlight deck features, such as stairs or handrails, illuminate walkways, and accentuate landscaping.


Types of Deck Lighting

The deck is an extension of your home and should be considered as such when it comes to lighting. There are many different types of deck lighting, and we would be happy to go over the best options for your space with you.

Functional Lighting: Serves the purpose of lighting up steps, railings, and other pathways to enhance safety. 

Ambiance Lighting: Creates a soft glow and inviting atmosphere on your deck. 

Accent Lighting: Highlights features on your deck, such as plants or architectural elements.


Low-Voltage Lighting

Outdoor lights can include low-voltage options that use less electricity than traditional lighting options. Low-voltage lighting is an environmentally friendly and cost-effective choice for lighting your outdoor space. It is also safer to use, as it produces less heat and poses a lower risk of electrical shock. When choosing low-voltage lighting for your deck, you can choose from a variety of styles to create the perfect atmosphere for entertaining or relaxing.


LED Lights

LED lights are one of the most popular types of deck lighting as they are very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways to create different looks. For example, they can be installed under deck railings to provide accent lighting, or they can be placed along steps to provide better visibility and enhance safety.


Solar Lighting

Solar lights are a great lighting option for decks. Solar deck lights are an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective way to create a soft glow, but are bright enough to provide safety and security. Solar deck lights typically have built-in LEDs that provide consistent light, and the solar panels can be easily positioned to maximize sunlight exposure.


Functional Deck Lights

Deck Stair Lighting

Deck stair lighting is a great way to incorporate added safety into your outdoor space. When choosing deck stair lighting, it is important to consider the size of your deck and the type of decking material. You will also want to consider the amount of light you need and if the deck stair lighting will be accompanied by additional sources, such as post cap lights.

Motion Sensor Lighting

Motion sensor lighting is a type of outdoor lighting that is used to light up an area when movement is detected. It is often used for security purposes, as it can help to deter burglars and intruders. It is a practical way to make your deck more visible at night, which can be especially helpful if you have stairs or other areas on your deck that could be dangerous in the dark.

Ambient Deck Lights

Post Cap Lighting

Post cap lighting is designed for outdoor decks and porches to provide general illumination or highlight specific posts. These lights are typically small and compact, making them simple to install on any type of post. Post cap lights will add a touch of style to your space while providing improved visibility. There are many different styles and designs of post cap lights available to complement your deck.

Deck Rail Lighting

Deck rail lighting is mounted on the rails of your deck to provide illumination for all your deck activities, from entertaining to relaxing. Deck rail lighting can also be used to enhance the safety of your deck by providing a visible boundary between the deck and the rest of the yard.

Accent Deck Lights

Deck Uplighting

Deck uplighting is a process that involves installing lights on the underside of a deck feature. The light shines upwards, lighting the space and making it easier to see. Uplighting can also be used to accentuate features on your deck, such as plants or sculptures. Adding Deck uplighting in dark corners is a simple and effective way to improve the look of your deck and enhance safety at night.

Deck Spotlighting

Deck spotlighting can be used for decorative purposes to highlight deck features such as railings, stairs, and landscaping. It can also be used to create an inviting atmosphere or provide task lighting for deck activities from grilling to entertaining. When used effectively, deck spotlighting will improve the aesthetics of your deck and make it more functional and enjoyable.


Reasons To Choose Royal Decks and Landscapes

Prompt replies and clear communication are our priorities. When you need a landscaping company that will bring your vision for your outdoor space to life, Royal Decks and Landscapes are the experts.


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