Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 12:55:51 PM. . By Channelle Ribeiro.
Most residential neighborhoods, especially those in the suburbs or upstate areas, do not have a lot of lights lighting up the private spaces. The roads may be well lit, unless you are driving on a not so important highway, but the private premises which would include everything from your driveway to the backyard, your patio to the backdoor will not be well lit. Lets face it, no one likes going to the dark side of the property at night.
What do you see when you look outside your window at night? Even if it is just after sunset, do you stay outdoors, hangout on your deck, enjoying your patio, possibly setting up a pergola on your lawn or getting busy with your hobby in your backyard? Unless you live in a residential building or apartment thats around the city life, near the downtown areas, or in a very well-lit neighborhood, you are likely to have dark outdoor areas of your property.
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