When you want to equip a garden, courtyard or terrace with atmospheric groundspots, there are a number of things that you should take into account. We therefore give you a few tips so that you too can ensure a quick and effortless installation of ground spots.
The terrace season is open again! Now that the sun is starting to shine, people want to enjoy a drink on a terrace. A good atmosphere is of course very important. Do you have a restaurant or bar with a terrace, then you also want to make sure that the terrace looks good? We have the golden tip for you: string lights!
Garden lighting does not only have to provide light in a dark room. As well as being functional, it also creates an atmospheric environment. This can be achieved with accent lighting. But what exactly is accent lighting? And how do you apply accent lighting to the garden? We'll explain it all in this blog.
When selecting outdoor lighting, there is one important thing you should pay attention to: the IP value. The IP value indicates how well the lighting is protected against dust and water. The IP protection class consists of IP and two digits. IP stands for International Protection. The first digit indicates the extent to which the lamp is protected against dust and contact. This runs from 0 to 6, with 0 being very unprotected and 6 being dust-free. The second digit indicates the extent to which the lamp is protected against water and moisture. With a protection rating of 0, water and moisture can easily enter the luminaire. At a maximum protection rating of 9, the lamp is completely watertight.