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Portfolio Landscape Lights

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Portfolio Landscape Lights

Light Up Your Landscape and Garden With Lowe’s Just because the sun goes down doesn’t mean you have to go inside. Lowe’s has every kind of external lighting you need to illuminate your outdoors. Find your way at night by installing a floodlight. We know you’re proud of your yard work, so shine a spotlight on it with LED landscape lighting and solar garden lights. There are also ways to enjoy your deck when it’s dark with functional deck lighting and deck stair lights or add a little personality with string lights. We also have low voltage landscape lighting. Our energy-efficient options include solar patio lights, low voltage garden lights, LED deck lights, LED path lighting, low voltage path lighting, LED garden lights, outdoor LED flood lights and the brightest solar lights to make your outdoor haven shine.
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Portfolio Landscape Lights

Just because the sun goes down doesn’t mean you have to go inside. Lowe’s has every kind of external lighting you need to illuminate your outdoors. Find your way at night by installing a floodlight. We know you’re proud of your yard work, so shine a spotlight on it with LED landscape lighting and solar garden lights. There are also ways to enjoy your deck when it’s dark with functional deck lighting and deck stair lights or add a little personality with string lights. We also have low voltage landscape lighting. Our energy-efficient options include solar patio lights, low voltage garden lights, LED deck lights, LED path lighting, low voltage path lighting, LED garden lights, outdoor LED flood lights and the brightest solar lights to make your outdoor haven shine.
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Portfolio Landscape Lights

I recently replaced a analog timer that stopped working due to ants. I replaced it with a Portfolio 120 watt transformer from Lowe’s. I have 88 watts of lights on the string. I set it to go off 7 hours after sunset. It has been on for 1 week and in that time I have received 4 “E” “1” codes and the lights do not come on. I am not sure if the lights come on at dusk and then give the error code or whether they do not come on at dusk because of the code. This is intermittent in nature. We have had it happen on some nights and not others. I unplug the plug from the outlet and wait 10 seconds and replug the transformer in and the lights will work fine. I cannot find what causes an “E” “1” code, what it means. It is not in the owners manual and no one at Lowe’s can help. When I put it on manual lights work fine. This seems to only happen when using the automatic on setting. Do you have any ideas that might help?Thank you, Stephen
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Portfolio Landscape Lights

Our Portfolio Corley Residence Lexington, SC A winding walk walk with Belgard pavers leads through a garden area at a Lexington Residence. The entrance to a raised terrace is accented with low columns and accent lighting. Corley Residence Lexington, SC This raised outdoor terrace is bordered by a seat wall construction of Belgard wall materials. Corley Residence Lexington, SC Wide welcoming steps serve as a transition from the parking area to the home’s entrance. The planted terracing softens the change in elevation and is held in place by Belgard wall materials. It provides a beautiful accent to the house’s architectural elements. Corley Residence Lexington, SC The walls, columns, and attractive landscaping soften this entrance and provide a beautiful transition space to welcome visitors. Hutto Residence Columbia, SC These subtle column lights provide soothing lighting effects in the evening hours. Hutto Residence Columbia, SC Raised brick border along herringbone brick paths. Hutto Residence Columbia, SC This subtle landscape lighting adds the perfect ambiance for a night time swim. McWilliams Residence Columbia, SC A row of liriope borders a small brick area paved in a herringbone pattern. The custom modern fountain leads continues the visual axis to the decorative wrought iron gate. McWilliams Residence Columbia, SC Copper path light along bluestone stepping stones. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC Custom brick columns and decorative wrought iron double gates not only provide security but also create a gorgeous entrance to this rural property. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC Custom brick columns and decorative wrought iron double gates not only provide security but also create a gorgeous entrance to this rural property. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC The wrought iron fountain and fencing help tie the brickwork into a seamless vignette. Early spring colors contribute an additional splash of color. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This outdoor seating area offers an attractive gathering space to enjoy the brick fire pit. The plantings provide scale and depth to the changes in elevation. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This outdoor living area provides an attractive gathering space to enjoy the custom brick fire pit. The surrounding plantings soften the hardscape and complement the cozy setting. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This landscape brings out early spring colors to soften the raised terrace. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This low voltage path light is perfectly placed among a bed of daffodils. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC Bluestone pool deck with custom elliptical bullnose bluestone coping. Plowden Residence Columbia, SC A brick curb and brick sidewalk borders are a simple but effective way to accent to this new concrete driveway and sidewalk. Rice Residence Columbia, SC A pair of decorative lights sit atop low brick columns that accent this exquisite bluestone and brickwork. Roquemore Residence Orangeburg, SC This wonderful bluestone terrace with adjoining brick walks is tailor made for entertaining large groups. The terrace is anchored by an appropriately scaled fireplace with flanking brick walls, lighted columns, and wood storage areas. Outdoor living spaces Landscape Lighting Brick, Concrete & Stone Garden Walls Water Features Outdoor Structures “I cannot thank you enough for coming to my rescue. You were there when you said you would be and your people did a fantastic job! The end result is a drastic change, and we are so proud of it. We stand in the back yard and admire your work. We also want to thank you for giving us such a good job for such a low price. We will never forget what you did for us. ” -Patty M.
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Portfolio Landscape Lights

I have a Malibu Starlight set from Home Depot. It has 2 spot lights and 8 path lights.They go down one side of my stairs and back up the other, with a spot light at the end of the run down and another on the run back.All the lights are on the same wire. Imagine a horseshoe with the transformer on the lower right, lights going up to the top of the horseshoe, where one spot light resides and path lights going back down the other side with a spotlight on the lower left hand side. Got it? Transformer is installed correctly however only the two spot lights and one of the path lights, the last one in the line, illuminate. I have changed the connectors, checked the bulbs, and still nothing. I am out of ideas. Thanks for any assistance or troubleshooting technique I should use.

Portfolio Landscape Lights

I have a Malibu 600 watt Transformer in my Garage that runs all my landscape lighting. I just bought all new LED fixtures and spot lights and the lighting is incredible. I then noticed the further you go down the line things get more dim. I still have 7 Brick LED wall/step pathway lights that are not LED, I noticed when I disconnected 2 of the step lights some of the lights at the end of the line were brighter. I have 7 in ground 10W LED pathway lights and 4 10W LED and 7 Brick wall/step lights(4W ea), it would seem the 600W is more than enough.
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Portfolio Landscape Lights

I have a Malibu 600 watt Transformer in my Garage that runs all my landscape lighting. I just bought all new LED fixtures and spot lights and the lighting is incredible. I then noticed the further you go down the line things get more dim. I still have 7 Brick LED wall/step pathway lights that are not LED, I noticed when I disconnected 2 of the step lights some of the lights at the end of the line were brighter. I have 7 in ground 10W LED pathway lights and 4 10W LED and 7 Brick wall/step lights(4W ea), it would seem the 600W is more than enough.I was thinking that if I added say a 300 watt transformer halfway down the line, this may resolve the issue but is there something I can add to each fixture that will regulate the voltage instead of adding a transformer outside?Thanks!
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Portfolio Landscape Lights

Our Portfolio Corley Residence Lexington, SC A winding walk walk with Belgard pavers leads through a garden area at a Lexington Residence. The entrance to a raised terrace is accented with low columns and accent lighting. Corley Residence Lexington, SC This raised outdoor terrace is bordered by a seat wall construction of Belgard wall materials. Corley Residence Lexington, SC Wide welcoming steps serve as a transition from the parking area to the home’s entrance. The planted terracing softens the change in elevation and is held in place by Belgard wall materials. It provides a beautiful accent to the house’s architectural elements. Corley Residence Lexington, SC The walls, columns, and attractive landscaping soften this entrance and provide a beautiful transition space to welcome visitors. Hutto Residence Columbia, SC These subtle column lights provide soothing lighting effects in the evening hours. Hutto Residence Columbia, SC Raised brick border along herringbone brick paths. Hutto Residence Columbia, SC This subtle landscape lighting adds the perfect ambiance for a night time swim. McWilliams Residence Columbia, SC A row of liriope borders a small brick area paved in a herringbone pattern. The custom modern fountain leads continues the visual axis to the decorative wrought iron gate. McWilliams Residence Columbia, SC Copper path light along bluestone stepping stones. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC Custom brick columns and decorative wrought iron double gates not only provide security but also create a gorgeous entrance to this rural property. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC Custom brick columns and decorative wrought iron double gates not only provide security but also create a gorgeous entrance to this rural property. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC The wrought iron fountain and fencing help tie the brickwork into a seamless vignette. Early spring colors contribute an additional splash of color. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This outdoor seating area offers an attractive gathering space to enjoy the brick fire pit. The plantings provide scale and depth to the changes in elevation. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This outdoor living area provides an attractive gathering space to enjoy the custom brick fire pit. The surrounding plantings soften the hardscape and complement the cozy setting. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This landscape brings out early spring colors to soften the raised terrace. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC This low voltage path light is perfectly placed among a bed of daffodils. Mixon Residence Orangeburg, SC Bluestone pool deck with custom elliptical bullnose bluestone coping. Plowden Residence Columbia, SC A brick curb and brick sidewalk borders are a simple but effective way to accent to this new concrete driveway and sidewalk. Rice Residence Columbia, SC A pair of decorative lights sit atop low brick columns that accent this exquisite bluestone and brickwork. Roquemore Residence Orangeburg, SC This wonderful bluestone terrace with adjoining brick walks is tailor made for entertaining large groups. The terrace is anchored by an appropriately scaled fireplace with flanking brick walls, lighted columns, and wood storage areas.

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