Just in Time for Fall–Trex DeckLighting


Trex Deck Lighting

Trex Deck Lighting

Why not enjoy these remaining summer evenings and soon-to-come fall evenings by putting some light on your deck and extending your deck season? No doubt you’ve seen the pictures showing how beautiful a subtly lit deck can be. With still-warm temperatures, now’s the time to  light your deck with Trex DeckLighting and enjoy it–even after the sun goes down.

Trex DeckLighting features LED post caps, rail lights, riser lighting, and recessed lighting–all of which can be turned on via remote control. The post caps come in either a pyramid or a flat style and all lighting types come in a variety of colors—Bronze – Hammered, Charcoal Black – Hammered, Classic White – Hammered, Fire Pit, Tree House, Vintage Lantern, Charcoal Black, Classic White, and Gravel Path. In other words, we think you’ll find a great match for your deck!

Trex is a well-known brand with a reputation for high quality deck products made in the USA. They’re deck lighting products are no exception.

For many people, fall is their favorite season. Even if it’s not yours, we know you love relaxing on your deck. And being able to see makes it even better. Get some more deck life out of this fall season—and the many to come—with Trex DeckLighting, available now at DIY Home Center.

Highpoint Deck Lighting: Why Upgrade to LED Lighting?


Highpoint Lighting

Highpoint Lighting

Have you heard the phrase energy vampire? An Energy vampire is a device that consumes power in standby mode. Cell phone chargers, plasma TVs, game consoles, and more all consume energy when they are plugged in and not being used. It’s estimated that the average US household spends an additional $100 on their energy bill to power these energy vampires.

You can think of incandescent light bulbs as energy vampires when compared with LED lighting. Take the Highpoint Berkley Rail Light (a beautiful light, by the way) which comes with an incandescent light bulb that consumes 11 watts of energy. An LED bulb for the Berkley Rail Light uses only 1.5 watts of energy. The incandescent bulb consumes about seven times more energy–which also means it costs you about seven times more to operate.

Aside from saving money on operating cost, you save money on the wiring and on the transformer. When you upgrade to LED lighting, you can use the 18/2 low voltage wire which is cheaper than the 12/2 wire.

With LED lights, you need much less wattage on your transformer (the LED wedge bulbs can be powered by A/C or DC so you can use the standard A/C transformer–some LED lights are DC only). If you’re running 20 lights on the transformer, you can save around $100 because you’ll only need a 44 watt transformer for the LED lights (instead of the 300 watt transformer you would need if using the 11 watt incandescent bulbs).

Of course, you will spend more money on the LED bulbs. But keep in mind these LED bulbs are rated for 50,000 hours of use! Incandescent bulbs can’t come close to that, and on average only get 1,000 to 2,000 hours of use.

We think it’s a smart move to upgrade to LED lighting–and so do a lot of others, which is why many governments around the world are passing measures to increase lighting efficiency, effectively banning incandescent lights which can’t meet the new standards.

Ready to upgrade? Here’s a pro tip: When you buy your transformer, you should only plan to use about 80% of the total transformer capacity. Using the full capacity of your transformer is like driving your car with the “pedal to the metal.”

One more tip: Head on over to DIY Home Center for all your Highpoint Deck Lighting needs–and more!

Highpoint Deck Lighting Now Offered at DIY Home Center


Highpoint Lighting

Sometimes a little change—like installing deck lighting—makes a huge difference. Highpoint Lighting not only makes a difference by illuminating those lovely fall evenings on your deck, it also adds an elegance that comes from quality materials and stylish design.

That’s why we’re really excited to offer Highpoint Deck Lighting at DIY Home Center.

Imagine: a few subtle recessed step fixtures to highlight your steps and give off just enough light for an evening of enjoyment on your deck.

Or picture a warm glow of light pouring out from underneath your deck’s built-in benches.

Or how about illuminating the underbody of a nearby tree with an up tree Highpoint light and enjoying majestic nighttime views of a lush, green or stunning fall-colored tree while seated comfortably on your deck?

Chances are, Highpoint has a style and look just for you, letting you achieve practically any lighting effect you want.

Highpoint products are made of high quality materials like bronze, brass, copper, and stainless steel. Highpoint’s Earthscape powder coated finishes ensure that your new fixtures age beautifully, simulating the colors of nature.

Highpoint fixtures can be purchased with LED lights (virtually indiscernible from incandescent and much lower cost to operate) and also come with either a limited lifetime or 5 year warranty, depending on the model purchased.

It’s no wonder we’re excited about being able to help you dress up your deck with Highpoint lighting. Head over to DIY Home Center and check out the Highpoint possibilities for your deck.

Aurora Deck Lighting Illuminates Decks With LED, Low Voltage & Solar


Aurora Deck Lighting

Aurora Deck Lighting

You enjoyed the sunset, but now darkness has fallen and the weak light falling on your deck from inside the house isn’t enough to help you see. You reach for a small object next to your glass of wine, press a button, and dozens of LED lights come to the rescue, illuminating your deck with a beautiful, soft light.

That fantasy meets reality with Aurora Deck Lighting.

The deck is an extension of your home–another living area that can provide endless hours of wonderful enjoyment. You can enhance the beauty, create a mood, and increase the safety by installing lights made by Aurora Deck Lighting.

Aurora Deck Lighting features a large selection of different styles that will delight even the pickiest consumer.

They use rust-free aluminum and then powder coats their lights to provide a durable, lasting finish.

Aurora Deck Lighting has lights for post caps (fits any post size from 2” to 6½”), pathways, rails, and steps. You can choose from low voltage, line voltage (connects to 110 volt power supply), and solar lighting. The light fixtures come in a variety of colors such as black, tan, white, natural brown, and bronze to name a few.

Sure, you can light your deck with a spotlight. But with Aurora Lighting, you can light your deck and create a calm, soothing mood that lowers blood pressure without any side effects.

We’re excited to be offering Aurora Deck Lighting as a way for you to enhance the appeal of your outdoor living space even more. Check out our selection available now at DIY Home Center.