Private Residence - outdoor refurbishment
This refurbished private residential home has used different Ansell outdoor lighting to create stunning illuminations against the house, creating a bright and welcoming entrance and driveway.
At the front of the house Tandem bi-directional wall lights have been used either side of the front door providing light upwards and downwards, giving a soft illumination without being overpowering to visitors. With an aluminium construction and a graphite textured paint finish, it has a modern look whist also being durable in harsh weather conditions. It comes with an IP55 rating making it ideal for this house location in Abersoch, Wales and the varying weather conditions.
Along the side and the back of the house, down the driveway, Turlock inground LED uplights have been used to illuminate the pathways. With a minimalist look during the day, the Turlocks illuminate the driveway and also project light up the sides of the house at night. The Turlock LEDs are a powerful and compact inground uplight. With a die-cast aluminium construction and a 316L stainless steel topframe. They have been tested to a static load to 2000kg, meaning they are ideal for use in driveways or areas used by people and cars. Turlocks are supplied with installation housing for additional protection and ease when installing. They also come pre-wired with 1m of rubber insulated cable.
At the back of the house, along the edge of the decking, Turlocks have also been used here to provide a soft light. These inground uplights transform the decking at night, making it an ideal space for hosting and relaxing on. Turlock’s are available in both warm white and cool white, giving the ability to choose the right shade of light for your setting.
The owner of the house has been extremely pleased with the transformation of the outdoor space, commenting on the project he said ‘The lighting used has given the outdoor space a welcoming and relaxing feel, providing light on a practical level as well as enabling us to entertain on the decking on warm summer evenings.’