Brite Ideas Decorating offers landscape professionals a way to earn income during the off-season by becoming a Brite Ideas Decorating Distributor. Their Linkables and Starbursts displays can be quickly installed and come in a variety of design combinations. In addition to offering various marketing solutions to help professionals get started, Brite Ideas also provides training and support throughout.
Set the mood
Nora Lighting’s RGB color changing linear LED tape light smoothly transitions through reds, greens and blues to create backyard ambiance or light up a storefront. The fixture is wet listed for outdoor locations and was designed to be installed in discreet areas. Users can create their own light show with features like the auto-changing fade or strobe effect, and the tape light can be programmed to run as a single color or series of rotating colors.
Use less energy
Kichler’s Design Pro LED path lights come in a variety of styles, finishes and materials to work in any existing design from traditional to contemporary. The lights have a 40,000-hour lifespan and cast a warm, white light across walkways and patios. They are also energy efficient, using 75 percent less energy than incandescent lights.
Make a statement
The FX MS LED wall light uses an FX 1LED board that lasts 50,000 hours while consuming almost 80 percent less energy than a 10-watt incandescent light. Use an amber- or frosted-color filter with one of several powder-coated or brass-finished faceplates to match your design style. The fixture mounts with two screws, and the faceplate can be swiveled 10 degrees to level the light output without having to adjust the screws.
Orbit/Evergreen’s Model PXR-15W-LED is a T8 LED replacement tube lamp that is UL-listed for retrofit installations in landscape lighting. The fixture has a performance life of 50,000 hours, and it works with a 120/277-volt range with no extra wiring. Landscapers will find the fixture in 3500K and 4200K color temperatures. Additionally, the LED technology runs cool so it won’t project forward heat, UV or infrared rays.