Long Island Outdoor LIghting
Professional Lighting Installation in Suffolk County
Looking to transform your patio? In need of subtle pathway lighting? Wanting to revive your landscape lights? At Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Long Island, we can do that and so much more. We are a lighting company on Long Island that specializes in illuminating residential and commercial properties of all sizes.
Backed by a name with over 20 years of experience, we have designed captivating lighting displays for hotels, restaurants, country clubs, HOAs, event spaces, and more. In fact, our company has enhanced the outdoor lighting of over 150,000 homes and businesses and are excited to show you what we can do for you.
Leading Outdoor Lighting Company in Suffolk County
There are several reasons why we are the leading outdoor lighting company and have been featured in national publications, including Martha Stewart Living. Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Long Island offers expert professional designers, the highest quality products, and unrivaled maintenance and warranty programs.
Our services begin with your complimentary design consultation and don’t end when we finish installing your system. We’ll make any necessary adjustments and provide maintenance services to ensure your installation is looking perfect night after night.
Looking to get started with outdoor lighting in Long Island? Reach out to our team today. We also serve the Hamptons!
About Long Island, NY
A densely populated island in southeastern New York just under half a mile from Manhattan Island, Long Island extends approximately 100 miles into the Atlantic Ocean. Our island is peppered with vineyards and surrounded by white sandy beaches. Long Island is famous for many things, including its bagels, wines, and the upscale neighborhood of the Hamptons.
Charles Lindbergh took off in his plane, the Spirit of Saint Louis, from Roosevelt Field for his historic solo flight across the ocean to Europe in 1927. Accessible to the City by the Brooklyn Bridge, many commuters and visitors travel between the boroughs on Long Island and those on Manhattan daily.