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Seina guide Brick Light, 2W, 100lm, 4000K, IP44, Black
230 Volt IP54 5 Watt White LED Recessed Brick Light - Black Fascia
Seina Plain Brick Light, 3.5W, 200lm, 4000K, IP44, Black
Eco Plain & Louvre Brick Light, 40W, IP44, Black
Seina Guide Brick Light, 2W, 100lm, 4000K, IP44, Brushed Stainless Steel
Seina Light Module, 3.5W, 200lm, 3000K, IP44
Seina Half Brick Light, 2W, 100lm, 4000K, IP44, Brushed Stainless Steel
3.3W Outdoor Wall Light, 4000K, 291lm, Satin Silver, Ankle Range
230 Volt IP54 5 Watt White LED Recessed Brick Light - Brushed Steel Fascia
5W LED CCT Adjustable Surface Mount Brick Light, 3000K/4000K, 530lm, 230V, IP65, Black
5W LED CCT Adjustable Surface Mount Brick Light, 3000K/4000K, 530lm, 230V, IP65, Grey
Eco Plain & Louvre Brick Light, 40W, IP44, Grey
5W LED Recessed Brick Light, Blue, 80lm, 230V, IP54, Black
What are brick lights?
Brick lights are used to replace bricks in your outdoor space with lighting and are usually designed to imitate the shape of a single house brick. They are designed to fit flush into walls or other vertical surfaces such as stairs or a garden path. Elegant and effective, brick lights are a subtle but stylish way to light up outdoor areas and create a welcoming environment.
What are the advantages of brick lights?
Brick lights are a fantastic addition to any home or garden, giving a stylish ambience to your living environment. Stylish and practical, brick lights light up stairways and paths to guide people and help reduce accidents and injuries at night. Outdoor lighting makes an excellent safety feature and can act as a deterrent for thieves by increasing visibility around the property.
At YESSS Electrical, we only stock top-of-the-range brick lighting products to suit your needs for effective and reliable lighting in all weathers.
How do I choose the right kind of brick light for my outdoor space?
When selecting the perfect brick light for your outdoor area, there are several features you should consider. For example, ensure your outdoor brick lights have an IP rating of IP65 or higher to ensure durability when exposed to the elements. Pathways and driveways may require a higher level of brightness and may necessitate a higher Lumen level compared to decorative lighting.
Some brick lights also come with adjustable surfaces or accessories like grills, louvres, or shades, enabling you to control the light's direction.
Wattage is another factor to keep in mind, as it indicates the power consumption of the brick light. For energy efficiency, consider LED lights which are renowned for their reduced energy consumption while still providing ample illumination.
Finally, consider the various shapes, sizes and designs of the brick light, ensuring that it fits appropriately within your outdoor space.
Need a hand choosing your outdoor lighting? Contact us or pop into your local store.