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Learning Units (Hours)
Kevin A. Mussmacher, PE
Landscape lighting has been recognized as a key element to the architectural aesthetics of a home or commercial property. Where previously lighting was used merely to light a pathway to let you see where you were walking, it is now used for safety, security and to enhance the beauty of structures and garden elements. It also enhances the value of properties by creating nighttime curb appeal and increased evening utility of the home’s exterior features. This course will enable the designer to layout an effective and attractive lighting scheme and to select the proper elements for plan implementation.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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