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Searching for the perfect set of outdoor lights for your decking, fence or garden? At Polhill, we stock lighting solutions to suit every outdoor space. Illuminate your home this Christmas with our range of outdoor lights! Whether you’re looking to brighten a winding pathway or light up a cluster of trees, we can help. We stock a comprehensive collection of Christmas outdoor lighting. From battery-powered fairy lights to lights to illuminated Christmas characters, you can be sure to find what you’re looking for. Order today, or get in touch with us to find out more about our services and products. Stand out from the crowd with an illuminated penguin, reindeer or snowman or light up your garden with a selection of our range. If you’re looking for something a little bit special, why not check out our collection of Christmas characters? Our snowmen, reindeer, Santas and penguins are stylish and versatile. They look fantastic as lawn decorations but can also be placed on patios, decking and driveways. Try adding pillar candle lights or string lights for an authentic winter wonderland aesthetic. A curtain light wall, meanwhile, is a great choice for anyone with a tall wall or fence. Prefer something a little more minimalist? We stock a range of string lights. This innovative lighting features a series of tiny bulbs set along a discreet wire and can be laced between tree branches, along window ledges and through wrought iron gates. Alternatively, add a touch of festive magic to gates, hedges and thickets with fairy string lights. Our battery-powered lanterns are perfect for lighting up dark pathways and alleyways. Our artificial potted Christmas trees feature tiny bulbs and are easy to mistake for the real thing! They look fantastic when placed on a porch step or beside a doorway. Searching for convenience? Our net lights are a brilliant way to make a statement and require minimal effort to install. Try adding a light-up wreath or garland to a door or underneath a window ledge. Be bold with crisp white lighting For a more contemporary look, we recommend cool white lighting. Cool white lighting has a higher colour temperature and contains more blue light than warm white bulbs. Warm bulbs, meanwhile, have a slightly lower colour temperature and are a great choice for those looking to emanate a more rustic aesthetic. Warm bulbs look fantastic around door frames or wrapped around tree branches. We also offer an extensive range of brightly coloured bulbs. Opt for something more traditional with berry red or holly green, or try multi-coloured string lights. Much of our outdoor lighting is battery-operated, removing the need for an accessible mains socket. All of the lights in this collection are waterproof and resistant to the turbulent British wintertime weather. We stock colour-changing lighting, conveniently controlled at the click of a button. How to attach outdoor lighting to brick? It can be difficult to attach Christmas lighting to brick. Try choosing larger bulbs with bigger bases, as these are easier to attach. For a cost-effective option, try using a hot glue gun to glue along the base of each bulb. Avoid dripping the glue onto the bulb or electrical wire and make sure to wear gloves if opting for this method. The glue can be softened with rubbing alcohol for easy removal. To make your lighting more secure, we recommend using brick clips. Bricks must stick out slightly from the wall to ensure that the clips adhere to the wall. Choose a clip size by measuring the height of an individual brick. Clips should be positioned around 15cm apart. Permanent anchor plugs may also be installed in the brickwork. These are a less convenient option, requiring drilling into the mortar, but are much more sturdy. Wall plugs and cup hooks are used to anchor the lights to the wall. How can I plug in outdoor Christmas lights? Much of the lighting in this collection features a battery pack, removing the need for an accessible mains socket. All outdoor lighting, if mains operated, should be plugged in indoors or in a waterproof outdoor socket. Most cables are thin and can easily be run through a window or door. Plugs can be housed in weatherproof boxes which can be left outside.