At Pathmark Innovation, the need for highest-quality landscape products fuels our creativity and mission.

From our elegant yet unbreakable stainless steel path lights to our custom rain features and pergola kits, we pride ourselves in designing and creating innovative products that meet the highest standard of beauty, style, and durability. 

All Pathmark lighting and ornamental products are Made in the USA at our manufacturing facility in Las Vegas, NV. 

Take a walk through our site to see how we can add unique beauty and uncompromised functionality to your clients’ landscapes. 

 

Pathmark Innovation FAQs

What distance should pathway lighting be set apart?

Most pathway lighting systems will have recommended spacing values to ensure optimal performance. For example, bollard-style lights are typically set 3-4 feet apart, while in-ground lamps are usually spaced 10-12 feet apart. Ultimately, the best spacing for your particular system will depend on the intensity and distribution of light desired. Consult your lighting manufacturer or supplier for specific guidance on choosing the right spacing for your needs.

This answer was provided to us from our wonderful friends at Vividlux Landscape Lighting in Central Florida.

Do you sell different colors of pathway lighting fixtures?

Best Oil Rubbed Bronze Pathway Lighting LightsYes we do sell different colors of pathway lighting fixtures.

The colors we have available are Satin Black, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Pewter, Brushed Stainless, Brushed Brass, and Polished Brushed Brass. Each color has its own unique benefits that can help to enhance your landscape. For example, white lights can create a feeling of purity and peace, while bronze tones can add a touch of elegance and sophistication. So no matter what your personal style may be, we have a color that will suit you perfectly!

This content was sponsored by our friends at The Lighting Geek in Sacramento, CA.

What are the benefits of LED path lights?

LED path lights offer a number of benefits over traditional lighting options. They are more energy efficient, which can save you money on your electric bill. LED lights also last longer than traditional bulbs, so you won't have to replace them as often. Additionally, LED lights provide a safer, more evenly lit pathway that can help prevent accidents.

Special thanks to Florida Coastal Outdoor Lighting for sharing this information!

What should I look for in products when picking out landscape lights?

When picking out landscape lights, it's important to consider the style of your home and garden. The lights should also be durable and weather-resistant in order to withstand the elements.

Another important consideration is the type of lightbulb that is used. LED bulbs are a popular choice because they are energy-efficient and last longer than traditional lightbulbs. You should also make sure that the landscape lights are UL listed so that you can be sure they meet safety standards.

Finally, it's important to choose a reputable manufacturer who stands behind their products. Look for a company with a good warranty policy so that you can be confident that you're making a quality investment.

This information was provided by our good friends at Land Light Pros! You can find out more about them here: https://www.landlightpros.com/.

Is it worth installing outdoor lights for my pathway?

There are a few factors to consider when answering this question. One thing to think about is the purpose of the outdoor lights. If you're looking for security purposes, then it's definitely worth installing outdoor lights for your pathway. However, if you're just looking to improve visibility, then the answer may be less clear.

One thing to keep in mind is that outdoor path lights can be a safety hazard if not installed correctly. So it's important to consult with a professional before installing any outdoor lighting. With that said, if you're looking for security purposes, then it's definitely worth investing in some good quality outdoor lights.

Should I install landscape lights myself or hire a professional?

There is no right or wrong answer to this question - it depends on your level of experience and comfort with DIY projects, as well as your budget. Installing landscape lights can be a difficult process, but if you have a good foundation of electrical work and DIY skills it may be a good option. If you're not comfortable doing the work yourself, hiring a professional will likely be the safest option and will ensure that the job is done correctly.

Special thanks to Aluminight, a professional landscape lighting installer in Mokena IL.