The outside of any business is just as important as the inside. It's the first thing your customers see and sets the tone for their experience with you. Lighting is especially important because it can make or break a business's appearance, from its storefront to its parking lot. If you're looking for outdoor commercial lighting fixtures that will help create an attractive, safe environment for your customers, here are some options to consider:
Outdoor Step Lighting
Step lights are outdoor lighting that uses a step-down transformer to reduce power supply voltage. The reduced voltage makes them safer and more affordable to install than traditional pole lamps, which require a higher voltage. They typically hang low over the ground, providing bright light right where you need it: at eye level or below your feet, so you don't trip on anything in the dark.
There are many benefits to using this type of fixture for illuminating your walkways:
- They're cost effective—step lights are cheaper to install than traditional fixtures because they use less electricity, making them perfect for low-voltage systems with high foot traffic like parking lots or commercial driveways
- They're easy to install—step lights have minimal installation requirements and can be hardwired or plugged into any existing 120-volt outlet (if necessary) without much effort
- They're versatile—you can choose from different styles based on personal preference as well as practical considerations such as whether the space is partially shaded by trees or buildings
Outdoor Flood Lights
Outdoor Flood Lights are used to illuminate large areas. They can be used for outdoor security lighting or to light up a large area. They are effective when used in conjunction with other lighting fixtures. For example, an Outdoor Flood Light could be combined with an Outdoor Spot Light so that the spotlight illuminates a specific area like the driveway or walkway, and then the flood light illuminates the surrounding areas.
Outdoor Flood Lights are also very useful for illuminating large areas such as parking lots or sports fields that need extra illumination at night or during bad weather conditions (such as rain).
Outdoor Security Lights
Just like you, your customers are looking for a safe place to do business. One way to help them find that is through outdoor security lighting. Outdoor security lights are an important part of any security system and can illuminate parking areas, entryways, and building exteriors at night. These fixtures should be mounted on the roof or walls of a structure in order to maximize their effectiveness as they cast light in all directions around the property line.
Some security lights are typically motion activated so that they only come on when someone approaches the area being lit. This is important because it conserves energy by not having them constantly run during low traffic times when no one may be around anyway! Security lights should also be rated for outdoor use since they're often exposed directly to inclement weather conditions such as rainstorms or high winds (which can sometimes cause electrical fires).
LED Area Lights And Landscape Lighting
LED area lights are a great choice if you're looking to light up large areas. They're also ideal for lighting outdoor pathways, walkways, patios, and decks.
LED landscape lights best suit smaller spaces like flowerbeds, trees, and shrubs. These fixtures can be used with other garden lighting options—such as lanterns or solar-powered lights—to create unique looks that highlight different parts of your landscaping design.
LED Wall Mounted Lights And Wall Packs
LED wall-mounted lights and wall packs are great for commercial lighting. They're easy to install, durable and long-lasting, and provide high-visibility areas with the needed light.
The LED strip fixtures are available in different lengths and colors that can be used anywhere from warehouses to parking garages. These strips come with hooks so they can be easily installed on walls, ceilings, or beams to provide bright lighting in dark areas that need specific attention, like loading docks or pathways around the building.