September 4, 2017

Bye Bye Summer. Hello New Jersey Fall Landscape Design Season

Many think of spring as the time for renewing your landscape, but most landscape designers will tell you that fall is the best time to transplant, improve your lawn, and reinvent your landscape design in Northern and Central New Jersey. It so happens that the stress of spring and summer heat can make successful transplanting more difficult, requiring more water. In the fall, the weather is much cooler, putting less stress on your recently planted trees, shrubs, and flowers. So, while you’re revamping your landscape design this month, consider adding landscape lighting.

Shorter Days Lead into Longer Nights

As fall approaches, we begin to notice the sun setting earlier and earlier. This is a great time to focus on the front exterior of your home and property for adding visibility and creating that warm welcome home. The difference in your daily life, arriving home to a beautifully illuminated front facade and landscape versus a dark unwelcoming home, can be drastic.

Landscape Renovation is the Time to Add Lights

Our New Jersey outdoor lighting designers and installers work closely with landscapers regularly. If you’re embarking on new sod, new irrigation, or a completely new landscape design, now is the time to call us. We like to work with your landscape designer as early as possible for well-coordinated designs and perfectly timed installation. By including us from the beginning, your project as a whole will be completed sooner so you can enjoy the beauty and splendor of your perfectly illuminated landscape.

Julie & Larry Califano; owners, Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Northern New Jersey

New Jersey landscape design renovations are well underway if you’re ready to shed some light on the beauty, give Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Northern New Jersey a call for an outdoor lighting design consultation. 973.486.0819 The sooner the better, winter is coming and a frozen ground can hamper our ability to install your new LED landscape lights.

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