How to choose smart garden lighting

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How to choose smart garden lighting

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Smart lighting puts you in control of all the lights in your outdoor areas. Whether you want to enhance the beauty of your garden at night or create the right ambience for your next gathering, you can completely integrate and automate your outdoor lighting system. The best thing about Smart lighting is that the lights can be set to all work together, which you can control using your phone.

Holman Smart lighting

Holman smart lighting easy to install yourself and programmable. The range includes spotlights, path lights, and deck lights. 

Spotlight Packs are great value for money. Choose from warm white and coloured lighting options or a combination of both to create whatever mood you want. They’re a great way to accentuate trees and plants, garden beds, and outdoor design features, like screening.

Holman also produce smart path lights, which produce a warm ambient glow, and look great down pathways, beside lawns, and around garden beds. 

You can connect all lights in the Holman range with the Holman Bluetooth Controller, which lets you name each light, schedule on and off times, create lighting scenes, dim your lights, and set up special effects all from your phone.

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Philips Hue Smart lighting

Philips Hue lights are compatible with each other and can be connected with specially designed Extension Cables, which reach up to 35 metres. The range includes spotlights and bollards, which come with over 16 million colour options.

You can use Philips Hue spotlights to add splashes of colour to your backyard and alfresco areas. The Calla Garden Bollards offer 360 degree lighting and also come with 16 million colour choices to beautify gardens and pathways.

All of these lights can be integrated into the one system by using the Philips Hue Bridge, which you control by using the Philips Hue app on your phone. Philips Hue also works with Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomeKit so you can control your lights with your voice.

Smart garden lights are an easy, affordable and efficient way to get complete control over the lighting scheme in your backyard. You can create a fully integrated and automated lighting system that can make your outdoors even greater.

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