Custom LED Lighting Solutions That Make Your Home Come to Life

Lighting Design is our primary focus. The fixtures and equipment are merely tools we use to create feelings and emotion. Before one light goes in the ground it is very important for us to understand what your home means to you. What are your favorite features, what in your landscape brings you peace, how do you really use the space? Is it for relaxing, is it for entertaining?

Knowing these things is very important to creating a lighting design specifically tailored to your needs and wants. Every project is different and every client, even more so. Our Initial consultation is key to designing the right lighting for you!

Initial Consultation

During our initial consultation we ask a ton of questions to get at the heart of the project. 

What do you love about your home?

What concerns do you have? Are there dark steps that someone can trip on? Are there some dark spots that you feel people can hide in? Are you lighting for you or for your neighbors? (Do you want to make them jealous, that is!) 

There are so many reasons to light and so many reasons not to light. Once we completely understand what you ultimately want to achieve with your lighting, we can work on creating your digital lighting design.

Digital Lighting Design Proposal

After our initial consultation, we will begin working on your Digital Lighting Design Proposal. Here we will outline the specific details of your lighting project. 

If you have existing landscape plans, we can overlay the lighting design directly to it, or if needed, we can have new landscape plans generated for you.

This plan will specify the type and location of each specific piece of equipment along with the wattage, beam angle, color temperature and any other pertinent details that are needed for the installation crew. It will also include wiring diagrams and electrical load information that is necessary to ensure a flawless execution.

Notes and descriptive images will also be provided within the proposal to explain and give visual aid as to what can be expected.

Choosing your Fixtures

Although most of the equipment will be specified for an exact task, some fixtures will have direct style implications that are best left to you. Style and finish are very important to the overall finished look.

At times, you want your fixtures to blend with the environment, making them unnoticeable until the lights are on. Other times, you want the beauty of the fixture to seen as part of the architecture or landscape. Path lights for example offer unlimited style choices. We may make recommendations on a style that will work well with your project, but we want your input as well. 

Once we iron out those final details, your Digital Lighting Design Proposal, along with your feedback on fixture style will be compiled to create your Project Estimate.

Lighting Project Estimate

This document will breakdown your proposal into two parts:

Materials and Miscellaneous Supplies

This will outline each and every specific part that will be needed to build your professionally installed lighting system.  It will detail each part by part number, description, quantity needed, etc.

It will also include your cost of transformers, direct burial cable, conduit, electrical connections and any other parts that will be needed to complete the job.


Our labor costs will be estimated based on our experience in completing jobs that are relatively similar in size and scope. Each installation crew consists of 2 people, a foreman/lead and an assistant. 

Labor is billed for each individual at an hourly rate. This cost is variable but very rarely exceeds the hours that were originally estimated. 

We Design to Meet Your Budget

In our designs, each and every fixture has a specific function. Small details are what truly create a magical lighting scene and we try our best to create a work of art that you will enjoy for as long as you own your home. 

Unfortunately, these details can often push costs over the initial budget that was set for the project. One thing to keep in mind is that our lighting systems are expandable and can be done in phases. Don’t sacrifice a beautiful design or the quality of your equipment, breaking down the project in stages allows you to get everything you want, when it works best for you. 

At this point there is nothing else to do but start getting excited for your new outdoor lighting system!