Friday, January 29, 2016

Household Workspace Lighting Jacksonville, FL

When shopping for workspace lighting for your home, it is important to have something that will offer plenty of light, but also will fit in with the lighting of the rest of your house. You often come across the same metal fixtures for fluorescent lights everywhere. These fixtures serve their purpose, but are not aesthetically pleasing with the style and elegance of the rest of your home. Stewart Lighting Jacksonville, FL has exactly what you need for high-quality utility lighting that will flow well with the layout of the rest of your home.

Garages, work benches, and laundry rooms no longer need to feel like entirely separate areas of the house. These heavy-duty areas of your home require plenty of light, but they don’t need to look like industrial work areas anymore. With a large variety of utility lighting in varying styles and finishes, Stewart Lighting has what you need to make these areas flow effortlessly with the rest of your house. Fluorescent light fixtures housed in beautiful solid wood crown molding, white wood and natural wood finishes will give you the utility overhead lighting that these areas of your home require, without sacrificing style or elegance.

If you are tired of your household workspaces feeling dreary and uninviting, it is time to update the lighting with a style that fits the rest of your house. Make your work areas feel like home with beautiful household utility lighting from Stewart Lighting Jacksonville, FL.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Imagine the Possibilities with Outdoor LED Lighting

Beautiful lighting does not need to be kept to the inside of your home, but can also have multiple purposes in your backyard and around the exterior of your house. Here are a few ways in which outdoor LED lighting from Stewart Lighting can be used at your home:

On a beautiful night, there is nothing better than sitting outside with family and friends – but don’t let sunset dampen your spirits. Picture the quintessential night: one spent barbequing or enjoying cool, refreshing drinks poolside. Instead of moving everyone inside or lighting tiki torches for brightness, you can illuminate your yard with outdoor LED lighting with the flick of a switch.

Choose from styles that will be mounted on the fa├žade of your home or on a wall lining the perimeter of your yard. Or turn to something more like steplights to still provide the light you are looking for. With our lighting options, you truly have the ability to create a cozy ambience in your backyard with our outdoor lighting.

Need some help choosing what will work best for your landscape? In addition to our lighting fixtures, we offer lighting consultations and lighting design to help you make the perfect hangout for you and your family to enjoy.

At Stewart Lighting, we believe that durable can also mean beautiful. Therefore, we make our lights with the best materials that can endure the wind and rain. Call us today to find out more on how you can make your backyard a beautiful hangout spot for all occasions.

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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Saving Energy with Efficient Lighting and More

While illuminating your home is typically a necessity during portions of the day or night, going overboard can be harsh on your bank account. It’s important to remember to be smart about your lighting plan and your usage of lighting Florida. In addition to your lighting, there are other factors to consider, too. Here are some ways in which you can conserve energy and reduce your electricity costs!

Lighting – When you will no longer be in a particular room, turn off the light. It can be a hard habit to begin, but before long you it will come as second nature to you.
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Ceiling Fans – Much like lighting, turn off ceiling fans when you are no longer in that room. Fans that are constantly running raise your costs nearly $7 each month.

Air Conditioner Filter Cleanings – Regularly cleaning the filter on your A/C unit to ensure it runs efficiently and trims cooling costs for your home.

Pool Pumps – Limit the amount of time the pool pump is running. During the summer months, target a daily length of six hours, while in the winter, aim for four hours per day.

Setting the Thermostat – Cool your house at 78 degrees or higher, leaving the thermostat fan switched to auto. Raising the thermostat to 82 degrees while you’re away from home will result in additional savings.

Water Heater Temperature – Reduce the water heater temperature to 120 degrees, as put in place by the U.S. Department of Energy. This saves homeowners $2 per month on average.

For more energy conserving tips and lighting Florida options that are both cost- and energy- efficient, turn to Stewart Lighting. We will help you outfit your home with the best options for your budget. Contact us today for more information!