Obviously, price and value is always going to be the main concern when it comes down to the total cost to install outdoor lighting. In a perfect world, everyone could afford a $10,000 outdoor lighting setup, but realistically that cost isn’t in most people’s budgets. Most people want to cross the bridge where the price tag meets quality and therefore creates a supreme value for their home.
So let’s cut to the chase, how much does it cost for an average person to have quality lighting put up? Most landscape lighting projects span anywhere from $2,000 to $7,500. Most often, spending less than $2,000 doesn’t give you a great bang-for-your-buck after considering the setup costs of the lighting system. This flux in price is determined by the quantity of lights, size of the lighting transformer powering the system, and of course the quality of fixtures.
Your system may include pathway lights to provide a glow for a dark path; porch lights for stepping outside after dark, downlights for a pergola or pavilion, uplights for illuminating trees or walls, and of course flood lights to accent your beautiful home during the night. All these are combined in the cost of a complete outdoor lighting experience. Each and every light has a place in your already personalized landscape to keep it shining after dark