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Outdoor Lighting


Changing outdoor light bulbs can be a real hassle.

But imagine your garden, porch or driveway lit by softly glowing, flickering gas lamps.

You can mount outdoor gas lamps anywhere—on garden walls, over your front porch or even on a post at the end of your driveway.

They'll produce elegant, soft light year-round—without the bother of burnt-out bulbs.

Please check with your municipality for applicable bylaws.


Buying Tips

  • Always choose a CSA certified lamp.
  • Look for lights with double-strength glass—they'll need to withstand harsh weather and the burner's heat.
  • Gas lamps with mantles provide the brightest light.
  • For a flickering effect, choose a lamp with an open flame.

Installation

Get tips on finding a registered heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) contractor to install your natural gas lamps.


Maintenance

Be sure to have your natural gas lamps serviced annually by a registered HVAC contractor.