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Gas LightsNatural gas lights offer dependable security and the safety of non-shadowed illumination. Casting a pleasing natural light equivalent to a 60-watt bulb, they operate without electricity. And when summer comes along, the warm amber glow from these lights doesn.t attract insects. Fuel-saving features are built right into natural gas lights. Choose optional dimmers or electronic ignitions to make them more cost efficient. Requiring little maintenance, they are built to be weatherproof and sturdy, and offer many years of enjoyment.
- Mounting Types: Gas lights can be mounted on a wall, on your deck, or on a post on your patio. Also, for practicality, consider installing gas lights on the same natural gas line serving your pool or spa heater, or natural gas grill.
- Location: The size of the area you want to illuminate will help you determine how many lights you will need. If you are installing other outdoor products, you may want lighting in the same area. Consider lighting walkways, entryways and outdoor entertainment areas.
- Atmosphere and Style: Gas lights come in all types, shapes, and styles, even tiki torch styles, to enhance your home.
- Burners: Mantles, a covering of refractory material, provide incandescent light when placed over a flame. Standard gas lights with dual-inverted burner and mantles provide maximum light. Other burner options include triple and quad burners, or an open flame burner for a more natural appearance.
- Ignition: For convenience, look for a gas light that has an electronic ignition and can be turned on and off with typical light switch. Some gas light models offer automatic re-ignite that will relight if the wind should blow the flame out.