Pool lights are necessary since they enable swimming at night. If you just swim during the day, you’re missing out on half the fun of owning a pool!
With summer around the corner late night swimming will be very inviting. Of course, swimming without pool lights is possible, but who would want to? In all seriousness, pool lighting enhances the appearance of your pool at night. Especially with LED pool lights that can be changed to a different colour with the push of a button.
How Many Lights Will You Need In Your Pool?
The number of lights required is determined on the size of your pool. For larger pools, two are recommended as a minimum. With three lights being the most frequent. Pools less than 5m in length can be lit with a single light, however two lights may be desirable.
Where In My Swimming Pool Will Be The Best Place To Install it?
It is recommended that it should be placed at a consistent depth of 4-6cm below the waterline. Possible exclusions would be if the lights had to be installed on a step or bench, or if the pool was exceptionally deep. Lights should be placed 2cm below the waterline.
Is LED Lights Really The Cheaper Option?
When compared to a comparable incandescent bulb, an LED light will save you around 75% of the energy. However, LED pool lights are more expensive on average than a normal incandescent light, thus your cost savings will not begin until you return the extra money you would have spent on the LED lighting.
Will I Have To Drain My Pool Water In Order To Install A Light?
Replacing an in-ground swimming pool light does not involve emptying the pool or employing a professional. The pool light’s installment plan allows you to remove it from the pool without having to disconnect any wires. You will not be wasting any water.
Can I Choose Any Colour?
LED are available in a variety of colours to complement the look of your pool. LED lights consume 25-80 percent less energy than standard lightbulbs on average. Because they use less energy, the cost to operate them is significantly lower.