Outdoor lighting emphasizes the house, especially at night. It also helps with the security, for us to see what is going on outside. Many people also like to install outdoor lights as a holiday to celebrate such as Halloween or Christmas.
When installing Lighting Outdoor Multiple light Bulbs and Rewiring, we wanted to make sure that what we do is safe and will not affect our family’s safety and our own house. This means that the cords, wires, sockets and everything needed for the lights to work are well installed and properly rewired, and also made for outdoor use. Also, it is important to use light bulbs that are for outdoor use that can survive any weather conditions. You can also ask for Outdoor lighting installation to do the installation. What will be done will be to Install 8 sport court lights, have to dig and put conduit into the ground, pull the wire off the pool panel, and install lights that the customer supplies. Deposit 500. Total Job: 5000 Total due on the day of work: 2500. Total due on completion: 2000. No landscape work is included in the price only the back of the bill.
However, there are times that we may experience problems with other light fixtures that are made for outdoor use. It can be frustrating that it happens all of a sudden and you may find it uneasy that it might affect the security of your own home. When the Outdoor Lights stop working, three causes that can cause the problem.
POWER OUTAGE – You have to make sure that you have re-program your outdoor lighting timer for this situation. This usually happens to a location where power outages always happen due to weather conditions.
TRIPPED GFCI – During heavy rainfall, the water can come to the outlets and water is not safe when it comes to electricity. The GFCI plug has a built-in fail-safe that would cause the outlet to pop. When it fails safe kicks in, it will prevent the electrical flow from going to the outdoor lights. You can reset the GFCI outlet to make it work again. Another preventive measure is to cover the outlet with a bubble cover to prevent water from coming in.
TRIPPED BREAKER – If the outdoor lights are still not working, they can be due to the tripping on your electrical panel. After heavy storms, this can cause the breakers to trip on your electrical panel. To fix the problem, locate the electrical panel, and often it is located in the garage or basement area. Once located, open the door and check if the breakers are tripped, and try to flip to the ON position to see if outdoor lights will work.
Another issue that can happen is when the Outdoor Light won’t turn on and this can happen due to the following:
- Damage to the light fixture
- Problem with the light bulbs
- Tripped Circuits
After doing the adjustments and turning on the circuit that the outdoor light is still not working, look for Residential electrical contractors near me.