Will Your Landscape Lighting Adjust to Daylight Saving Time?

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.

Have you scheduled maintenance service for your landscape lighting system?

When you first had your outdoor lighting system installed, you were probably very excited to show friends and neighbors how beautiful it made your property look. But as time passed and your excitement faded, you may have forgotten that your system needs to be maintained in order to keep looking and working its best. Whether it was installed by us or someone else, Brilliant Nights can certainly bring it new life.

How You Can Help Texas Flood Victims

As residents of Tampa, we know all too well about the wrath of hurricanes and tropical storms, and our hearts go out to victims of Hurricane Harvey. It’s great to see some of the selfless ways volunteers from around the country are helping, like this story that shows how boat owners are rescuing residents from flood waters.

Even if you can’t get to Texas with your boat, there are many ways you can help the flood victims from right here in Florida. Here are some links to get you started.

Can Your Outdoor Lighting Withstand Florida Rain?

If you’ve had a landscape lighting system installed by someone who does not understand the importance of waterproof fixtures in Tampa, you may start to see problems. Water builds up quickly in systems not built or installed for Florida weather, and we definitely see cases where this happens. 

Here are some problems that can occur in a non-weatherproof installation.