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One of the most exciting features of any landscape, is being able to make it come alive when the sun sets. Outdoor lighting allows you to create a well lit environment that’s safe, highlights aesthetics and maintains a property’s use after daylight. 

That’s why it’s important to make sure you’re getting the most out of your current lighting system as it might be due for an upgrade. Here at Schill Grounds Management we understand that every landscape is unique. So, we put together a list of 4 reasons you should upgrade your outdoor lighting: 

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An important step to consider when upgrading, is working with a lighting professional that truly understands your needs. Every property is different and has individual lighting requirements.

Schill Grounds Management has 26 years of experience creating well planned commercial landscape lighting. Our knowledgeable team takes the time to study your property, its pathways, high-traffic areas, potential issues and the most energy efficient solutions.

We also know how important it is to stay within your budget. We've worked with thousands of landscape budgets and so we know how to get the maximum value out of yours.

If your property needs an outdoor lighting upgrade, contact one of SGM's expert client care specialists. From planning to execution, we will create a long-term solution that keeps your property safe and to life when the sun goes down. 

Topics: Enhancements & Add-On Services, landscape design, outdoor lighting

Jerry Schill

Written by Jerry Schill

Jerry Schill is president and co-owner of Schill Grounds Management. He's received numerous accolades for his leadership in the Northeast Ohio business community and the commercial landscaping and snow management industry, including the National Leadership Award from SNOW Magazine and Lawn and Landscape Magazine. He is an active member of the Legislative Committee for the Accredited Snow Contractors Association (ASCA) and the Snow and Ice Committee for the Ohio Landscapers Association (OLA).

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