Churches large and small are so beautiful with their arches and buttresses, steeples and cupolas. Often Outdoor Lighting Perspectives gets called to design outdoor lighting for local churches large and small.
In the photo above, you can see how David Perlmutter of Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Pittsburgh artfully designed outdoor lighting to illuminate not only the beautiful architectural features of this church, but also the doorways and entrances to increase safety while the church is in use in the evening.
This church is in South Park, PA. Outdoor Lighting Perspectives’ new 24 volt 39 watt ceramic metal halide HID fixtures were used.
Other areas served by the Pittsburgh lighting office include Pittsburgh, McKeesport, Boyers, Greensburg, Warrendale, West Mifflin, Butler, Annandale, New Kensington, Monroeville, Acme, Elco and other surrounding offices.
Patrick and Laura Harders of Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Northern Virginia designed the exterior lighting for the Church of the Epiphany in Herndon, VA. The church is located at the corner of Fairfax County Parkway and Franklin Farm Road. The goal the church had for its architectural lighting was to get more visibility at night for two reasons. First, in being in a high-traffic area, the lighting can help more people notice the church. The lighting serves a security benefit as well.
From their blog: “We installed a combination of 12 volt lights with two 100 watt ceramic metal halides lighting up the cross. This combination allowed the church to get the best value possible.”
Patrick and Laura Harders Northern Virginia Patrick Harders works with his wife Laura and the local staff at Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Northern Virginia. Their office does nothing but outdoor lighting and has been serving the NVA area for 8 years. Before purchasing this office, Patrick worked for 2 years in the Charlotte office so he has 10 years of experience in landscape lighting, exterior lighting, garden lighting, path lighting – you name it – any lighting for outdoors. This even includes commercial exterior lighting for large and small commercial facilities.
Here is a close-up of the architectural effect that the lighting created on the brick building.
Representative cities covered by this office are Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, ASHBURN, Burke, Chantilly, Clifton, Culpeper, Dulles, Dumfries, Loring, Fairfax, Falls Church, Fredericksburg, Front Royal, Herndon, Leesburg, Lorton, Manassas, Mclean, Potomac Falls, Quantico, Reston, Round Hill, Vienna, Warrenton and many other cities in Arlington, Clarke, Culpeper, Fairfax, Fauquier, Frederick and Loudoun counties.