This Is How Much People Are Investing In Landscape Lighting For Their Colorado Springs Home
The cost of landscape lighting per fixture changes based on the quality of the fixture. It can range from $350 to $650 per fixture.
Find out more below-
An “Aha” Moment!
“Lightbulb!” Josh suddenly bursts out.
Melissa jumps in surprise. “What?! Lightbulb what, did you have another one of your ideas or something?” she asks breathlessly.
“We can make our home even better by installing landscape lighting!” says Josh excitedly. “We’ll be able to enjoy it more, create a new look at night, and have other people over to see it.
Melissa taps her nose as she thinks. “That could be a really good idea. What’s the cost of landscape lighting anyway? Once we find that out we can go from there.” Josh shrugs. “I’m mostly an idea guy, like with those 9 outdoor living space ideas. What do you think we should do?”
“Let’s start by searching Google for outdoor lighting costs,” suggests Melissa. Josh gets out his phone and starts typing away. After searching for a while… “Here, I found some pricing based on fixture,” he says, showing Melissa his phone.
Here is what the couple sees:
Landscape Lighting Costs
The cost of landscape lighting can be broken down per fixture. For good light fixtures, you’ll spend about $350 per. Better light fixtures can run around $425 each. The best light fixtures, like Luxor ZDC color, are $650 each.
The main difference in these fixtures is in the material they’re made with.
The best landscape light fixtures are usually made from copper, brass, or bronze. They’re more corrosion resistant and they look great! Lower-quality fixtures can be made from aluminum, stainless steel, or plastic.
The cost of landscape lighting using high-quality fixtures is a lot. But, you won’t have to replace them as often. They’ll continue to look good for a long time (barring unusual weather and other happenings.) Lower-quality fixtures need maintenance and replacement more often.
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“Ok, so now it’s down to how many we want and what quality,” Josh sums up. Melissa shrugs. “Let’s see what else we can find out first. Then we can make a more informed decision from there.”