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      Security Lighting in Homes

      Typically, flood lighting is thought of as a massive light source that washes the surface of everything in a bright powerful light. This type of light is great for certain applications, but may not be suitable enough for lighting up a residence. Flood lighting can be tricky to talk about. While there is a type of flood lighting that is ideal for a residence, most people will usually think of security, sport and court lighting when they hear any mention of flood lighting.

      When we are illuminating a home with flood lights, each and every light needs to be used purposefully. Rather than using one massive light on top of a pole, it takes several well placed lights to create a beautiful flooded effect. Using different directional lights on different pieces of the home is what will help one achieve an overall balanced and effective lighting scheme.

      The major key to adequately making good use of flood lights in one’s home is to hide the source, shield the glare, use proper beam spreads, lumen outputs, and fixture placements.

      Differences between Flood and Spot Lights

      A spotlight is known to cast a narrow beam of light, usually no wider than 45 degrees with its beam more concentrated and easier to point and control while a floodlight can have a beam spread of about 120 degrees, illuminating a larger amount of space with the same wattage and lumen output as a spotlight.

      When highlighting specific points like display objects, wall artwork, architectural details, or landscape features you cannot go wrong using spotlights so also when illuminating larger areas like driveways, stages, warehouses, parking lots, or any other area that needs wide and even light coverage, go with a floodlight.

      Anyway you choose to spot the difference; it is an undeniable fact that whether you choose to go for spot of flood lighting fixtures you won’t go wrong with either choice with both serving you well in the decoration of your home exteriors.

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