Extend lighting in mature walled garden
Project Price:under £300
Client brief...The client had laid mains-cabled lighting in one part of their garden, installed when the garden was landscaped several years ago. Another part of the garden they enjoyed during the day was completely dark at night and they wanted to introduce lighting without disturbing the mature planting in that area to lay cabling.
What the client said
“After a conversation with James about high quality solar lights, we invited him round to see
if he could help. James arrived early evening to show us the lights before dark and then
positioned them in different places after sunset, so we could decide what we liked. We
chose some lights and now have them installed; they come on automatically and I can see
my garden beautifully lit even from inside the house. James kept us informed at each stage
of the process and made the whole experience stress-free and enjoyable.
As keen campers, we are looking forward to also taking some of them with us on our travels – a real bonus. James is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about lighting and giving customers a great experience. I recommend everyone to talk to Light My Space to see what they can do for you; they are right – there is more to light.”
Mr and Mrs D, Salisbury
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