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Indianapolis, IN (PRWeb) January 3, 2007 -- NiteLites of Indianapolis, the Landscape Lighting Professionals, is pleased to announce their participation in the 49th Indiana Flower and Patio Show scheduled for March 10 through 18. Show hours are 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM Monday through Saturday, and 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Sundays. Admission to the show is $10.00; children 12 and under are admitted free. Monday, March 12th, Seniors 55 and older pay only $7.00. The show features more than 25 gardens themed after great vacation destinations. The show also features 450 exhibitors ready to answer any and all questions regarding improvement of an outdoor living area. While attending the show, stop at the NiteLites booth where Mykal Minor and his staff will show his spectacular photos of homes illuminated using NiteLites outdoor lighting systems. Mr. Minor will also be happy to discuss the benefits of low voltage, energy efficient lighting systems installed by the NiteLites professionals.
NiteLites is sensitive to the problems of energy consumption and light pollution and is dedicated to the installation of only low voltage lighting. NiteLites, the landscape lighting professionals, also participates in "Green" building programs. Green building is development that conserves the environment, through the use of environmentally friendly, and energy efficient products and techniques.
For years NiteLites has been an industry leader in the production and installation of low voltage outdoor landscape lighting for both residential and commercial design, installation, and service. NiteLites provides a wide variety of outdoor lighting including: architectural, landscape and garden, deck, submersible, and path lighting.
Energy-efficient line voltage lighting, especially fluorescent, receives a great deal of attention. But low voltage lighting saves energy and offers benefits not available with line voltage lighting. Low voltage lighting, by definition, operates at 30 volts or less. A transformer converts line voltage (120V) to either 12 or 24 volts. When powered properly, low voltage lighting can produce two-and-a-half times as much light as line voltage incandescent lamps. In other words, a 50-watt low voltage lamp generates as much light as a 125-watt line voltage lamp.
The per-lamp savings for each 1,000 hours of operation can be as much as $7.50, based on a kilowatt-hour rate of 10 cents. Multiplied by the number of lamps installed in an architectural and landscape lighting system, the savings become significant. This energy efficiency produces a strong case for low voltage lighting for architectural, landscape, and even general lighting applications.
Other reasons to consider low voltage lighting include: light quality, design flexibility, safety, and lack of waste. Light pollution is a growing problem in many areas throughout the U.S. By maintaining an even glow on the focal point rather than the glaring lights produced by high voltage lighting, NiteLites provides the added elegance of lighting while protecting our skies from intrusive "over lighting."
Even if it weren't energy efficient, low voltage lighting would still be specified for commercial space, since no other type of lighting can duplicate its light quality. Low voltage systems can establish a desired ambience for the occupied environment.
NiteLites landscape lighting systems offer many additional benefits:
A NiteLites lighting system will increase the value and resale of a home and make the home the showcase of the neighborhood.
A property owner can enjoy more hours outside in the comfort of his own environment and create an elegant atmosphere for entertaining.
NiteLites lighting systems can be easily expanded after installation without disruption to the landscape.
Each system is comprised of solid brass and copper fixtures with a 5 year warranty, and bulbs carry a 1 year warranty. NiteLites lighting systems are installed by trained NiteLites professionals with careful attention to detail and little or no disturbance to existing landscaping or property. Systems are also maintained by full time NiteLites service crews.
A NiteLites lighting system will provide a safer and more secure environment for family and friends. In addition low voltage lighting systems have about one-tenth the voltage flowing through them once the transformer has "transformed" the voltage, which reduces shock hazard for children and pets.
Show visitors are invited to stop at the NiteLites booth during the show to register for a free home demonstration. More information is available by calling NiteLites Outdoor Lighting of Indianapolis at (317) 706-8550 or by visiting www.nitelites.com/Indianapolis and clicking on Contact Us or Free Demo. There are many commercial and residential properties in the Indianapolis area with NiteLites lighting installed. Ask Mr. Minor for a list of area homes and commercial properties featuring artful displays of NiteLites low voltage lighting.
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