Landscape Lighting: Photocell Timer

by | Oct 26, 2020 | Articles, Newsletters | 0 comments

Time change is this weekend so don’t forget to set back the clock!  While everyone knows to set back the clock, people do tend to forget about their landscape lighting. The biggest complaint with landscape lighting is having to figure out when and how to set the time manually. Either the lights are coming on too early or going off too late, vise versa. 

An easy solution for this is a photocell timer. A photocell timer will trigger landscape lights to turn on once it’s dark and turn off once the sun comes up.  The one downside of a photocell timer is if we experience a thunderstorm the lights may trigger and come on. It’s a very small downside compared to all the positive advantages they give. These timers can be bought here in town at Ewing Irrigation.

Let us know if you have any questions or need suggestions. Have a great day!


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