Saturday night when we go to bed, we’ll look forward to a longer Sunday in Tampa. After setting our clocks an hour ahead for Daylight Saving, we can finally enjoy an extra hour of Florida sunshine for the next 8 months. The only problem (besides losing an hour of sleep) is if your landscape lighting timer doesn’t get adjusted, you could be paying to illuminate your property in daylight. Here’s how to be sure your lights adjust.
This Sunday, November 5th at 2 a.m., we will end Daylight Saving Time by setting our clocks back an hour. This will give us one less hour of Florida sunshine, which means many of us will be driving home in darkness after work. If you don’t adjust your landscape lighting timer, you’ll also arrive home to a dark house.