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Copper Path Lights - So Much More Than Cu and Atomic Number 29

If you do a Google search for copper, you will find this great description on Wikipedia – is a chemical element with the symbol Cu (Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29. It is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. But, take one look at copper and it’s so much more than Cu and 29.

Take a look at the copper directional spot light to the right or look at some other pictures of copper fixtures on our Facebook page and you are taken aback by how beautiful they look.

There are a few reasons why we use copper and although it’s beautiful, those reasons are not because of how stunning the metal looks out of the gate. We actually appreciate it more when it loses its shiny color and develops the patina of a metal that’s aged to perfection.

copper fixture

Our fixtures at Outdoor Lighting Perspectives are manufactured exclusively for us by our manufacturer in Nashville, TN. Our manufacturer has been manufacturing outdoor lighting fixtures in Nashville for nearly 2 decades.

We select materials that will last in ALL environments and work well in ALL areas of the world. For example, we ship to Kuwait which irrigates with brackish water. Our fixtures are used on the Eastern shores from Rhode Island to Florida. They are used on the Southern shores all the way to Galveston. They are used in the heat of Phoenix and the cold of Colorado and Chicago. We have a ten year warranty period. We manufacture our fixtures to last the full ten years so we can’t afford not to build all of our fixtures to meet the harshest specs.

In addition to copper, we use other materials such as cast brass. All are designed to withstand the elements and the test of time.

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