Complete Lighting Solutions For Your Home
Are you looking for a Long Island electrician for professional lighting services? Crossland Management & Electric is your go-to local lighting service expert. We provide installations and repairs for all types of indoor and outdoor home lighting.
Our electricians work closely with you to choose and install the right type of lighting solution which works for you. We install all the different types of indoor and outdoor lighting for your home and can also help with energy-efficient LED light fixture upgrades.
If you are currently experiencing a problem with your pool lights, landscape lights, chandelier lights, overhead lights, security lights, or any other fixture, just give us a call and we'll be on the way to take care of it for you.
If you need lighting services today, get in contact with us to schedule an appointment. We'll be happy to assist you with your project.
There are many different types of light fixtures you can choose to install to improve both the aesthetics and security of your outdoor spaces. Part of the light fixture selection process will involve determining which fixture design looks best and what type of illumination the light will provide.
Let us assist you with this process. We would be happy to provide our expert advice about the different types of fixtures available, how energy efficient they are, and what effect the light will have on the environment where they are installed.
Our electricians stay on top of new technologies in indoor and outdoor lighting. Many light fixtures can be controlled with your smartphone or a handheld remote. If you have a smart home system, the lighting installation can be integrated with your control center.
The right landscape lighting can turn any dark and spooky lot into a gorgeous work of art after dark. If your home is missing landscape lights, there are so many options you can choose to highlight the architectural features of your home and property.
Landscape lighting installation increases your home's value, makes it safe to use after dark, and sets a great mood for your outdoor fun. With all the options available to you, it can be hard to know what type of landscape lighting will work best. You'll find everything from outdoor lantern lights to accent lighting and standard overhead lights.
Let's take a look at your landscape lighting needs today. We can explain the different types of outdoor lights available and make recommendations on a good landscape lighting design that works for you.
- Energy-Efficient Landscape Lights
- Motion Activated Security Lighting
- Accent Lighting
- Walkway & Porch Lighting
- Pool Lighting
- Recessed Lights
- and more
Security lighting is all about illuminating the dark areas of your home. Most homes aren't built with any type of security lighting. You may be lucky to have a motion sensor light over the garage, but this doesn't illuminate your property well enough to be good security lighting.
Security lights can be installed for both indoor or outdoor use. If your property isn't properly illuminated to deter criminal activity, let's discuss some security lighting options today. Many of these light fixtures can be integrated with your home's security system or smart home system.
Whether you want the new security lighting with smart home technologies or you just want the traditional outdoor security lights, our electricians are here to help. We work with you closely to choose and install the right security lighting solutions to keep your property safe and secure after dark.
- Motion Sensor Lights
- Alarm & Light Combo Fixtures
- Programmable Security Lights
- LED Flood Lights & Spot Lights
- Pole Lighting
- Emergency Security Lights
- Dusk-to-Dawn Lights
LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTING
Low voltage lighting creates dimension and depth for any landscape. You can use accent low voltage lighting to highlight the architectural curves and lines of your home or use it to softly light up walkways, steps, and sidewalks. And, there are not enough good things to say about how energy efficient low voltage lighting is.
Indoors, low voltage lighting brings soft ambiance to any area you would like to highlight. The under-cabinet low voltage lights will bring your kitchen design to a whole new level. Many people also install low voltage lights to highlight an architectural ceiling.
Whether you are looking into low voltage lighting so you can enjoy a beautiful evening around the pool or you need soft illumination anywhere else, our electricians would be happy to discuss your ideas and needs. We'll help you sort through the low voltage lighting options available today and give you our best advice about which solution will meet your needs.
Speaking of making your property safer and more fun after dark, pool lighting is a necessity if you own a swimming pool. In the boroughs of New York City and Long Island, it's not uncommon to find venomous snakes in swimming pools. It's said that pit vipers, copperheads, rattlers, and water moccasins live within the urban neighborhoods.
All this to say that pool lighting is about security as well as safety. If your swimming pool isn't properly lit with plenty of illumination to minimize accidents and see what's in the water, let us help you plan a pool lighting design scheme.
One type of pool light you may be interested in installing if you like to entertain by the pool are the LED pool lights that change colors. These low voltage pool lights make any ordinary pool look marvelous! Enjoy the ambiance and mood they create whether it's for pool parties or a romantic evening with your partner.
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