LONG ISLAND OUTDOOR LIGHTING DESIGNS  

"Long Island’s Landscape Illuminators"

 

Long Island Outdoor Lighting Designs
Certified Unique Lighting Systems Designers and Installers


Call Now to Get Started - 631-816-2410 or 516-272-4590

 

 

Long Island Outdoor Lighting Designs distinguishes itself from the competition in many ways.

 

We are one of the only Outdoor Landscape Illuminator’s in the industry, that has the capacity to conceive, design and install a variety of nursery stock and hardscaping to create a symphony of natural elements to be blended with creative and imaginative illumination to make your home or business come alive after dark.


Our competitors have resolved themselves to illuminating whatever they find on your property, regardless of how unremarkable and unimpressive it may be.


If your outdoor landscape array does not possess significant, well placed, architectural and landscape elements, then what is the point of illuminating your property. Anything worth doing at all, is worth doing correctly.

All our products are warrantied against manufacturers defects.

 

Contact Long Island Outdoor Lighting Designs and speak to our team's designers and installers who will help you move from the darkness, into the light by illuminating and highlighting your architectural and landscape elements.

 

We Feature New, Energy Saving, Bug Repelling, Long Life, LED LIGHTING!

 

Long Island Outdoor Lighting Designs features energy saving, long life, bug repelling, revolutionary L.E.D. lighting systems
L.E.D. (light emitting diode) fixtures and lamps do not generate or emit heat; the lamps are rated for 25,000 hours
L.E.D. lamps and fixtures offer an energy savings of approx. 85% of the cost of conventional lighting*
L.E.D. lamps and fixtures attract approx. 75% less bugs at 27k (color rendering index-warm white)

 

*Conventional lighting, utilizing florescent, halogen, quartz, incandescent lamps generate dangerous amounts of heat, require high voltage, high amperage energy, require frequent replacement of bulbs, and attract insects, including mosquitoes potentially carrying the Zika and West Nile encephalitis viruses!