Directional light models include low and high voltage, bullet, floodlight, directional light, aluminum, halogen, fluorescent, tempered glass, angle collar, swivel bullet, adjustable, high-impact, clear and textured lens, with extension cap, and stake light models from Focus and Malibu Lighting.
Twelve volt (12V) eighteen watt (18W) path lights offered include tulip, metal, lantern, metal capped, pagoda, tiered, landscape kit, hanging carriage, bollard, china hat, mushroom top, well, lamp holder, mini, oriental, standard, stamped solid brass, and area light models.
Step and stair lights displayed include louvered trim, louver, incandescent, wet, brick, aisle, rectangle lensed, stamped aluminum, dome surface, and prewired models.
Underwater and submersible lights for sale include low voltage, die-cast brass, composite, adjustable bracket, and with angle collar models.
Well lights available include sealed composite, recessed and below surface, grated, and directional models.
Landscape lighting accessories for sale include fast lock cable connector, transformer with automatic timer, submersible, and quick connect appliance adapter accessories.
Keep your landscape well lit with items from Westside Wholesale's selection of garden, area, deck, patio, back, front and side yard deck lights and lamps.
Corona Lighting 50W Low Voltage Mini Aluminum Bullet Directional Light w/360° Rotatable Shroud - Bronze
Bundle Items & SAVE!
20W 12V Steel Clear Lensed Step Light - Antique Bronze
Purchase Pallet Items & Save!
Order $2000 in Pallet Items and
Save an Extra 5% off your Pallet!
Corona Lighting 50W Low Voltage Aluminum Mini Bullet Directional Light w/Shroud - Bronze
Bundle Items & SAVE!
Westgate Mfg. 50W 12V Cast Aluminum Tulip Path Light with Glass - Antique Bronze
Bundle Items & SAVE!
How to Select
How to Shop for Low Voltage Outdoor Lighting
Outdoor lighting is one of the most efficient ways to highlight the most attractive features of your landscape and house, hide the less appealing ones, illuminate paths and entryways and create a sense of security and warmth. Low-voltage lights are quite a popular choice for outdoor illumination since they are easy to install, adaptable, safe to use and employ little power. It is also nice to know that cables of low-voltage fixtures do not pose the danger of electric shock and you do not need a permit to install them.
The first thing you need to do is to determine the purpose served by the low voltage outdoor lighting fixture. Do you need it to illuminate a path, steps or entryway, accent a statue or trees or light a pond or fountain? Underwater fixtures need to be lightweight, compact, rugged, and resistant to high pressures, while step lights should be bright enough to illuminate the top and bottom of stairs.
The next thing to decide on is the output wattage of the device. The brightness of low-voltage outdoor lights varies from 4 to 50 watts, with common choices ranging from 18 to 24 watts. The brightness of a bulb will be rather defined by its intended use: illuminating the steps may require a brighter fixture than artfully lighting a group of trees. The choice of the transformer to step down the voltage also depends on the wattage of bulbs: to determine its size, you need to multiply the wattage by the number of bulb sockets.
Once you have made up your mind about the functional qualities of your outdoor low-voltage lighting, consider its decorative possibilities. Landscape lights come in aluminum, cast metal, brass and wood. A verde or black finish will blend well with the surrounding garden. You can also choose the finish to suit the coloring of your house. Styles may vary from minimalist to aesthetically rich. Path lights can be visible or hidden, ranging from brass lanterns to tulip-shaped units, while outdoor directional spotlights pointed to individual trees or art works may include only bulbs.
The bulbs used for low voltage outdoor lighting are typically halogen lamps with a precision reflector and compact filament, but low-voltage LED and incandescent lamps rated for 12V operation are also employed. Halogen and LED units are more efficient, but incandescent bulbs provide more traditional illumination with a warm orange cast.
After selecting the outdoor light and an appropriate transformer, you can immediately proceed to installing the system because, unlike with other outdoor projects, the low-voltage installation does not require having expertise in electrical work.