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Collection: Outdoor lamps for wall & facade

Outdoor lamps for walls and facades are an important part of outdoor lighting. These lamps are essential for creating a safe and welcoming atmosphere around your home, while providing the necessary comfortable light at dusk as well as dawn and night. When choosing an outdoor light for a wall or facade, it is important to consider several factors. First of all, the location of the lamp. If you have a high facade or high walls, a high lumen (brightness) outdoor light may be required to illuminate the entire area. Here it is important to remember that there are good lamp alternatives that offer lighting with both uplight and downlight. Read more...


An outdoor lamp in a durable design

An important factor to consider is the design of the lamp, but at least as important to consider is that this design must withstand both changing trends and the weather. Choose and choose carefully a lamp that goes well with the architecture of the house, your style and that it provides the desired lighting. Outdoor lamps for walls and facades are available in many varieties, from modern and minimalist to more classically decorative.

Weather & wind . When you choose outdoor lights for walls and facades, you choose lights that will be affected by weather and wind. Good outdoor lamps must be designed to withstand widely varying weather conditions - rain, snow, wind and sun. Durable surfaces are, for example, surfaces that are made of corten steel or treated with corten varnish. Extra durable and corrosion-resistant surfaces are those made of steel that has been galvanized by hot-dip galvanizing. This type of treatment is the one that is usually recommended for those who live near the coast with salty sea winds in the knot.

Installation of wall lights for outdoor use

Outdoor lamps for walls and facades are always electrical safety rated (IP class) above IP20 and do not have a plug. These must be mounted and connected to the property's electricity grid via fixed installation. Such installation requires the person performing it to have sufficient knowledge . Sufficient knowledge usually means (with basically no exceptions) that the installation must be carried out by a specialist/electrician.