I am sure if you've been boating at night recently you have seen homes with their docks glowing from the water up. This is done by installing a HID underwater light. These fixtures are availble in diffent intensitites and a number of different colors such as blue, green and white. I personally feel that a 250 watt HID is the perfect amount of light and creates a 40 -50 foot circle of glow depending on the clarity of the water. Another factor is the type of water the light is being installed in. Ocean water or homes that sit very close to the ocean should consider white or blue lights. For home located further away from the ocean or have murky waters, green always looks great.
These lights typically cost around $4 per month to operate when running for a 12 hour cycle 7 days a week. They also improve dockside safety by illuminating the dock to assist in docking and boarding at night. There is no need to get an electrician to hook these lights up you simple plug them in and drop the light in the water. The attached weight will draw the light to the bottom and keep it upright and in position. They also turn themselves on and off by utilizing a photocell that is built into the unit. However, the most dramatic thing about these lights is the amount of fish that will make your house their new home. www.LumaSea.com has these light kits available online. Give us a call to schedule for a free trial at your dock. You will see why these lights are becoming so popular.