Importance of Stair Lights

Many of us spend a lot of time in our yards or patios—and it’s important that we do so in the safest possible way. Stair lights provide a simple and practical solution to this problem. They are small and discreet—making them perfect for outdoor use. And because they are powered by low voltage, they are safe and eco-friendly.

Indoor and outdoor staircases can both benefit from step lighting. In the dark, stairwells can be deadly. There are several options for dealing with this issue, but if you want a quick and easy solution, try installing stair lights.

Powder Coated Durable Lights

Powder coating offers protection from even the most extreme environmental effects. It still provides a stylish look, but it also provides a finish that is more lasting than what liquid paints can. An item that has been powder coated will be particularly resistant to wear and strain regardless of what it is used for.

The coating is scratch, wear, chip, and fade resistant. Metal components that are exposed to sunlight and other environmental factors function well with it because of its durability. Powder coating is used on all of our collections of brass and aluminium stair lights.

Why Sun Bright's Stair Lights?

Water Resistant Stair Step Lights

IP65 water proof stair lights.

Durable Stair Lights

Guarantee up to Five-years.

Weather Resistant Stair Lights

Durable in tough condition too.


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About Stair Lights

How do you illuminate concrete stairwells?

Installing lighting in the riser, the vertical component of a stair, is a fantastic idea. Concrete step lights, also known as tread lights, are built into the stairwell and direct light downward onto the step below it. They provide enough light to keep you safe, yet it's not too bright to be bothersome.

Do I need step lights?

It is important to use lighting when you have stairs in your home. The railing that leads up the steps can be lit with strip lighting or decorative rope lighting. This will show people how to climb the stairs properly and provide them with additional light.

What is the ideal distance between step lights?

On wider steps, a basic rule of thumb is to position lights every 3-4 feet, but the answer to this question depends on the width of your steps and the number of steps in each area.