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  • We Do Not Need To Be Dark-Sky Fanatics

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    Some of you might be surprised to find out that I have been a member of the International Darksky Association for about eight years now.  That’s right, I’m an outdoor lighting freak who also is a member of an association dedicated to preserving our dark skies.  Does that sound weird to you?  For me ...
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  • Setting Your Landscape Lighting Budget


    Yes you can get a great outdoor lighting system on a budget. Being realistic about what you can spend is just as important as being realistic about what that budget can buy. It’s unfortunate that the suspicious American consumer has been lead to believe that most service companies attempt to increase their take by ...
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  • How To Service A PAR Well Light Fixture


    As much as I rail against these PAR well light fixtures, there are a ton of them out there.  They are promoted to customers of irrigation supply houses as easy fixtures to install and cheap to purchase or to put it another way, high profit margin products. It’s basically an old tractor headlight in ...
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  • Landscape Lighting Fixture Installation – The Hard Way


    Sometimes in order to get the right effect and complete a great outdoor lighting design, we have to do a little extra “special” work.  Most outdoor lighting companies would probably just ignore an area where they might need to break out the big boy tools — but not us. Here you can see where ...
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  • Making Landscape Lighting Repairs And More


    About a year or so ago I wrote a blog that talked about vandals of outdoor lighting systems.  The kids can do some damage when it comes to commercial properties, but when it comes to our residential projects – fire ants and varmints are the kings of the hill. I have to share a ...
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  • How To Service A Low Voltage Lighting Transformer


    Many people are familiar with the small black plastic low voltage lighting transformers that can be purchased at the local big box home improvement stores, but few are acquainted with the types of transformers that are used by the outdoor lighting professionals. Here at NightScenes we use only stainless steel, multi-tap, professional grade transformers ...
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What Our Customers Say About Us

We are absolutely thrilled with the quality and results we got with Paul. He’s extremely knowledgable, thoughtful, courteous, and prompt with communications and follow through. He and his staff did an outstanding job on our lighting, and helped us make good decisions that will allow us to expand our lighting as we need to. We will definitely call on Paul and PRG again and reccommend him highly to our friends and co-workers!” — Elisabeth, Austin, Texas

 Paul, the lighting is a true artform and has turned out far better than we ever imagined. Summer Lake will never be the same. Great job!!!” — Rusty and Shari Stephens, Kingsland, Texas

They provided a detailed bid showing pictures and descriptions of each light and fixture to be used with cost.  Sat down personally and went over the bid explaining every detail and cost involved.
Loved the look so much that we added more lights and then more at another time.  Guarantee is excellent.  They are very responsive to calls and address any concern immediately.
Two other neighbors used them and that is how I got their name for contact.  My neighbors are very pleased with the service as well.
Have recommended them to other friends as well and they have had lights installed.  Can’t say enough good things about this owner operated company.  Feel so blessed that there are actually still good-hearted, honest and hard-working people out there today, because you run into more of them that are not.”  — Gail Cali, Spicewood, Texas

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Service Areas

Nighscenes Landscape Lighting serves the greater Austin, Texas area and its surrounding Hill Country communities, including:

  • Horseshoe Bay
  • Kingsland
  • Marble Falls & Burnet
  • Spicewood & Dripping Springs
  • Lake Travis and Oakhill
  • Fredericksburg & Kerrville areas