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Best Selling Garden & Landscape Lighting

Welcome to AQ Lighting’s Garden & Landscape Lighting Experience

This is where you will find our collection of beautiful outdoor area lights and pathway lights. AQ Lighting would like to help you transform your yard into a beautiful night time oasis. Whether you are a professional landscaper, a seasoned gardener or a first time homeowner looking to create an outdoor living experience, our garden and landscape fixtures will provide you with the inspiration that you need.

The Possibilities are Endless

AQ Lighting’s garden and landscape lighting allows you to be as creative as you like. We have everything you need to bring your dream lightscape designs to fruition. Create the perfect entrance to your home with our solid brass or copper pathway lights by adding direct light to your walkway. Maybe you would like to be a little more subtle and use indirect lighting by illuminating the surrounding foliage or flower beds. Either way, AQ Lighting has the outdoor fixtures that you’re looking for. Stylish, durable, practical and easy to install.

Elegant yet Durable

AQ Lighting carries an extensive range of solid brass and copper lights. Not only are these premium materials extremely durable, but they will not rust or corrode so they will look great throughout the years. AQ Lighting understands that your outdoor illuminated landscape may be the very first thing that people see before even entering your home. That’s why we are so committed to only offering the highest quality products made from premium materials that are built to withstand everything that life throws at us like dogs, gardeners and children.

You’re not Alone

That’s right. AQ Lighting has a team of professionals that can turn your overwhelming project into a breeze. Whether you are still in the planning stage or if you are ready to purchase, our reps are here to help. Every day we answer questions like what gauge wire should I use, is this transformer big enough for my project or what fixture do you recommend to light up this tree. Every project may come with its own unique standards or conditions but don’t worry, AQ Lighting has you covered.

Your Yard Looks Amazing

A friend stopped by my house last night and before even saying hello he said “Wow! I forgot how amazing your yard looks at night.” This is our goal. This is our Passion. We want to help you transform your outdoor space from dark or dreary into “Wow! Your Yard Looks Amazing!”

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the best material for outdoor lights?

AQ Lighting will always recommend fixtures built from solid brass or copper. Brass and copper are extremely durable and will not rust or corrode. Aluminum is a very popular material however; lower grade aluminum contains impurities that will corrode and the fixture may eventually disintegrate. Of course, there are all different grades of aluminum so this is not true for all fixtures, but it is something that must be taken into consideration.

What is the difference between a pathway light and an area light?

A pathway light is typically more directional. The light is directed to a particular area such as a sidewalk or path. This is usually done in one of two ways. The light source can be inside of an adjustable shade and then the shade reflects the light in the direction that it is aimed. The second way is that the light source itself is directional. Meaning that a bulb or an integrated LED has a particular beam spread that does not rely on the shade. Sometimes the light source can be adjusted and sometimes it is just in a fixed position.

Area lights, on the other hand, typically create a 360° array of light. They are not directional. Wherever the lamp is planted you will get a circle of light. The size and brightness of light will depend on the fixture or the light source inside the fixture.

Should I use a pathway light or an area light to illuminate my sidewalk?

This really depends on the look that you are going for and whether there is anything interesting on either side of your walk that you would like to illuminate. If you have plants, flowers or shrubs on the side of your walk then an area light can serve double duty and illuminate both the walk and your beautiful landscape. If the area on either side of your walk is large enough there’s no reason that you can’t use pathway lights and area lights working in tandem. I want guests to be safe as they approach my home, but I also want to show off my landscape.

There are so many different shade styles, which one is best for my application?

At first glance one may think that the design of a shade is just for looks. This is far from true. Because most area lights rely on the shade to reflect the light towards the ground the size and shape of the shade can determine the diameter of light that is projected. Shades with steeper sides will produce a smaller diameter of light than shades with flatter sides.

Some shades completely cover the light source, and some leave the source exposed, which is better?

Where the light source is in relation to the shade is very important. Some shades completely cover the light source, and some don’t cover the source at all and everywhere in between. When you are near a fixture you typically do not want to see the light source. If you see the light source at night. it may cause a blinding glare. If the fixture is farther in the distance, then glare is not an important factor. The height relationship can also affect the diameter of light that the shade projects. The deeper inside the shade the smaller the projection of light.

Which length of stem should I get for my area light?

You should consider several factors when determining the length of your stem. How tall are the plants in the area where the light will be installed? Would I like a larger or smaller diameter of illumination? What will my fixtures look like in the daylight? There’s no reason to use a short stem if your plants are going to bury your light, obviously a longer stem would be a better choice. There could also be an application where a short stem would work perfectly fine but you may want to choose a larger stem, so the light source is further from the ground creating a larger diameter of light providing your landscape with more coverage. Lastly, you may want your lights to be as hidden as possible during the day so a shorter stem may be the best option.