Planting & Lighting


Design • Installation • Maintenance



Interested adding another element to your existing landscape or upcoming landscape project?

Outdoor lighting can transform a residence at night by illuminating plantings, walkways, patios, gathering areas, or unique features in your landscape, such as a beautiful stone wall or cascading waterfall. The experts at MAINELY HARDSCAPES can help you  extend the enjoyment of your landscape with the Design, Installation, and Maintenance of a custom, low voltage, LED lighting system.

Why Install Low Voltage Landscape Lighting?

  • Security: High voltage floodlights leave dark shadows and unseen areas around a property. A better choice is strategically placed low voltage lights that provide low levels of even illumination.
  • Safety: Low voltage lighting is the ideal choice for illumination walkways and entrances. This ensures that both residents and guests can safely navigate around the property.
  • Usability: Illuminating the private areas of a property allows the evening enjoyment of walkways, gathering areas, and recreational spaces.
  • Beauty: Low voltage lighting accentuates the shapes, textures, and structures of a landscape. Lighting can create a completely different experience of your landscape, which is unattainable during the daylight hours.
  • Economy: Low voltage lighting consumes approximately 1/3 the electricity compared to high voltage systems and is far less expensive to install.


Why LED (Light Emitting Diode) Landscape Lighting?

Efficiency & Durability!

  • LEDs Cost Less To Operate: LED’s use less power because they don’t lose their energy to heat, which not only reduces your electric bill but, your carbon footprint as well. Since you’re using less energy, you can use a smaller transformer along with 4, 8, 12 watt bulbs, which are now able to produce the same amount of light as a 20, 30 or even 50 watt halogen lamp.
  • LEDs Will Likely Outlive You: The lifespan of a typical home incandescent bulb might be a year, while the lifespan of LED’s are measured in decades since there is no filament to crack or burn up.