“How many watts do I need for outdoor lighting?” Well, that really depends on your outdoor lighting setup! Below, we give some examples and basics about watts and energy and what you can expect for your outdoor lighting. When you’re ready to get started with your outdoor lighting installation, contact your experts at Mike’s Landscape Lighting!
What Is a Watt? How Many Watts Do I Need?
A watt is the measurement of the rate of energy transfer. You may know it best from light bulbs! Most fixtures are rated for bulbs between two wattages. This is because the wiring in the fixture has a maximum wattage that is available for the bulb. The lower the wattage, the less energy is used. The higher the wattage, the more energy is used. When it comes to low-voltage landscape lighting, your needs really depend on the number of lights that you are including in your display and how you plan the circuitry. You can find more examples about wattage in our previous post, Do I Need A Transformer For Outdoor Lighting?
The Best Way to Know Your Watts
The BEST way to ensure you have the wattage you need? Hire the professionals at Mike’s Landscape Lighting! While we wish we could give you a simple answer and send you on your way, the best option is to work with one of our landscape lighting professionals. We’ll take your wishes into consideration and ensure that your outdoor lighting installation works as intended! Doing it yourself may seem like a viable option, but electricity and wattage are more complex than you may think. Our team is ready to help you put together your landscape lighting installation in no time. Contact us today!