We want to let you know that we are remaining open. Your continued support for our business can help us continue like this.
Head to the homepage to find out more.
Free Standard Delivery on orders over £60.00
Outside wall lights with motion sensor are a popular choice for those who want to make their gardens and homes more secure. There are ways to ensure that the wall lights you choose are the ones that will benefit you and your property the most. What is the best way to get the maximum advantage from your lighting?
Festoon Poles - Set of 4
Mast Light in Anodised Aluminium
Contemporary Dome Glass Outdoor Wall Light
Classic Bathroom Glass Globe Light IP44 Rated
Contemporary Brushed Nickel Box Outdoor Wall Light
Antique Brass Outdoor Wall Light
Large Classic Zinc Outdoor Wall Lantern
Belgrave Tall Flush Outdoor Lantern Box Wall Light
Chehoma Antique Silver Shaded Wall Light
Solid Brass IP65 Cylindrical Ennis Bathroom Wall Light
Classic Aged Copper and Brass Outdoor Wall Light - Straight Arm
Davey Well Glass Wall Light
Quality Outdoor Mast Light in Bronze
Large Bronze Traditional Outdoor Curved Wall Light
Belfast Outdoor Wall Light
Traditional Antique Brass Lantern Box Wall Light
Traditional Cladach Cage Outdoor IP65 Wall Light
The Boating IP64 Rated Spotlight Wall Light
Traditional Swan Neck Outdoor Wall Light (IP65) in Grey
Traditional Swan Neck Outdoor Wall Light (IP65) in Black
Traditional Outdoor Curved Wall Light in Bronze
Industrial Bathroom Dish Wall Light IP54
St Ives Outdoor Ships Light - Hot Dipped Galvanised
Belgrave Carriage Light
Steinel Outdoor PIR Sensor IS-180
To ensure that your wall lights help security, think carefully about their positioning within your garden. Prepare a plan before you begin installation to ensure that that every area of your garden can be covered. You don’t want to fit outside wall lights only to discover that there are a number of ‘blind spots’ around your property. How to combat this? The best way is to go for quantity rather than quality. This may sound strange, and of course it doesn’t relate to the quality of the lamp itself, where you should always opt for the best. Instead, it relates to the quality of light that it emits. Many people make the mistake of installing a single, very bright light; but the problem with this is that the brighter the light, the more shadows are cast elsewhere. If there is nothing to offset those shadows - if there are no other lights - then you can have security problems and plenty of places to hide. To ensure good coverage, you should have various lights installed that are not quite as bright, allowing everything to be seen. Another tip is to check that all sides of your house are lit, not just the front or the back. Would-be thieves could hide in the darkened areas very easily.
If you are concerned about the security of your home, you can install outside wall lights with motion sensor. Take a look at the online range that The Wall Lighting Company Ltd offers and you’ll find the perfect wall light. For details and information, please contact us on 01580 712805 or email@example.com.
#savetheplanet - we reuse as much packaging as possible
T: 01580 712805
© 2021 The Wall Lighting Company Ltd.