For student accommodation settings, HMO’s and residential properties, exterior security lighting can be a great way to keep your tenants, and your property safe. Security lighting can deter crime, and also help to catch criminals, when this is used alongside effective CCTV systems. So if safety is a top concern for the tenants you work with, exterior lighting can be a great option. But what are the different options for residential security lighting? And which option will best suit your needs? Well, here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical specialists. From commercial and industrial properties, to residential settings, we provide a range of high quality, professional electrical services. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about exterior security lighting for residential properties.
What are the effective options for residential security lighting?
So, what are the different options available for providing exterior security lighting to your residential property? Well, there are several, including:
- Motion activated lighting- this is activated when motion is detected and can be a great way to startle and deter any potential criminals around your property. It also means that when your tenants are returning at night, they are more likely to stay safe, in a well lit space.
- Wall lights- wall lights that are solar powered, or run on a timer switch can be installed along any exterior walls or next to the front door. This means that whoever is approaching the house can be seen, and it can help to keep safe.
- Manually activated lights- exterior lights that are activated by a switch from inside the property can be a good choice, as your tenants will have full control over when to use them, and the whole of your outdoor space can be illuminated when any suspicious noise is heard.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Walker Electrical.