Outdoor Illumination’s Quarterly e-Newsletter

We send an e-Newsletter three or four times per year. Find archived versions of the newsletter at the links below. Hint: You can read seasonal tips from years past to supplement the tips and suggestions in our most recent newsletter.

Summer 2019 Newsletter

1. The Gardens at Hever Castle
2. Gold Award of Excellence from the National Association of Landscape Professionals – Planted Earth Landscaping
3. Serving Our Communities – Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry

Spring 2019 Newsletter

1. The Montreal Botanical Garden
2. Kenny Segura – Pura Vida
3. Art in the Garden

Daylight Savings Newsletter

1. Less sun = more nighttime fun
2. Walking around Chanticleer
3. Attraction Light Firefly

Fall 2018 Newsletter

1. Bartram’s Garden
2. Irrigation Winterization
3. Working at Little Falls Branch in Bethesda

March 2018

1. Thank you for your support over the last 20 years!
2. Looking Back Over the Last 20 Years
3. A Day of Service at Tregaron Conservancy
4. It’s Time to Start Up Your Irrigation System

November 2017

1. Who Says Fire and Water Don’t Mix?
2. Highlighting Artists at the Deanwood Community Center
3. The Holidays Are Around the Corner
4. It’s Time to Shut Down Your Irrigation System for the Winter
5. Updating to LED Technology

August 2017

1. Don’t Let the Solar Eclipse Leave You in the Dark
2. Lighting a Historic National Landmark
3. More Than a Just a Nice Quote, It’s a Testament to Our Great Partners
4. Upgrade Your Outdoor Lighting with Decorative Lights
5. Fall is Around the Corner

March 2017

1. Time to Schedule Your Spring Irrigation Start-up!
2. Light City Baltimore 2017 Shines On
3. A Day of Service at the Tregaron Conservancy
4. Check Out Outdoor Illumination Carolina’s Light Art Book!
5. Outdoor Illumination Earns Angie’s List Super Service Award For Fourth Straight Year

November 2016

1. It’s Time to Shut Down Your Irrigation System for the Winter
2. Brandywine Project Wins Potomac ASLA Honor Award
3. A Note on Labor Rates

August 2016

1. It’s Summer – Beat the Heat by Enjoying Your Outdoor Spaces at Night!
2. We receive a lot of great feedback, but here is one from a highly respected landscape design professional that really jumps off the page…
3. Tips On Lighting Up Your Outdoor Spaces
4. Outdoor Illumination’s North Carolina Operation Has Project Featured on the Cover of Kichler Catalog

September 2015

1. Outdoor Illumination Gives Back
2. Landscapes Projects Inc. Features Outdoor Illumination Project in Recent Edition of Newsletter
3. We Got a Great Review on Houzz
4. Summer Rain Brings Welcome Moisture – Don’t Forget to Service Your Irrigation System!
5. Click to Save on Maintenance

March 2015

Spring Start-Up Time
1. Project Spotlight: Brandywine Street NW (with Campion Hruby Landscape Architects)
2. Growing Popularity of LED Lighting
3. Click to Save on Maintenance

September 2014

The LED Issue
1. Outdoor Illumination Uses LED Lighting at Dumbarton Oaks’ Historic Orangery
2. LEDs – Flexible, Efficient & Durable for Indoor/Outdoor Lighting
3. LED Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
4. Click to Save on Maintenance

March 2014

1. Outdoor Illumination Spotlights the Restoration of Historic Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital
2. Outdoor Rated PAR38 Security Lamps Hit the Market
3. Click to Save on Maintenance

October 2013

1. Plusen Landscape Architects Turn the Ritz Carlton Terraces into Works of Art
2. Irrigation Customers – Time to Get Your Systems Winterized!
3. Don’t Miss the Orionids Meteor Shower on October 21st…
4. Outdoor Illumination Welcomes a New Member to the Family!
5. Click to Save on Maintenance

July 2013

1. Potomac Poolscape: The Epitome of a Backyard Oasis
2. Let Us Do an Energy Audit & Help You Save Money on Your Electric Bill!
3. July is Smart Irrigation Month
4. Click to Save on Maintenance

March 2013

1. Thank You for 15 Great Years. There are Many More to Come!
2. Outdoor Illumination Adds a Little Water to Their New Business Venture
3. New Video Shows How Outdoor Illumination is Perfecting the Art of Light!
4. Time for a Design Update?
5. Click to Save on Maintenance

November 2012

1. Shorter Days Mean Less Sun, Not Less Light
2. Deck the Halls…and Lobbies, Offices, Courtyards and Lawns
3. The Outdoor Illumination Crew Shines Bright
4. Dramatic Lighting Enhances Beautiful Bethesda Residence
5. We Think You Should Know About: The Dirt, a weekly online publication by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
6. Click to Save on Maintenance

July 2012

1. Outdoor Illumination Lights Up the Night at the Sofitel in Washington D.C.
2. 2011 Making Artwork Shine for Bethesda Urban Partnership
3. We Have a New Look – Online & Offline!
4. Click to Save on Maintenance