LED deck lights provide a soft glow that lights the deck for easier wayfinding. They can be installed into the railing, stair risers or the deck itself.
Deck lights use long-life LEDs from CREE, a worldwide leader in energy-efficient lighting. Compared to incandescent, our deck lighting uses 75% less energy.
To avoid splitting wires, you can install DIY deck lighting with the built-in Trex LightHub® connection system. There’s no wiring or electrical skills needed; just plug them in and enjoy.
Installing the lights is as easy as plugging in Christmas lights thanks to our plug-and-play system. While the different parts and pieces may first seem as if it requires an electrician, this is definitely a DIY-friendly installation.
Yes! Trex offers recessed lights that can be inserted into the decking for applications like creating a perimeter around the space and lighting a dock or pathway.
There are a number of ways to light your deck at night. The first would be simply to plug your transformer into your outlet. If you’re looking for a more hands-free approach – use the photocell timer provided with your transformer. This photocell timer has multiple options including setting your lights to illuminate from dusk until dawn, or to be on for two, four, or up to 10 hours. Another way to light your deck at night would be to use our WiFi Controller. The new WiFi Controller allows you to control from anywhere up to 60 watts of LED lights.
Deck light height will depend on which light you are installing and your height preference. We do not have set requirements for light placement.
The cost of adding Trex deck lights varies depending upon which lights are being installed or how many. Lights start around $25 each. Wiring, splitters, transformers and timers will add to the cost.
Deck lighting is 100% worth it. You’re increasing your usable time on the deck by opening yourself up to outdoor living at night. In addition, our lights come with a seven-year warranty while the transformer/timer is warrantied for three years.
Trex Deck Lighting has many product options that meet almost any lighting need.. If your stairs are a main focal point – riser lights would be for you. Want to make sure your walkway is visible? Let Recessed Deck Lights guide your way. Does the outline of your deck need to shine? Post Cap Lights or post lights are the way to go.