LizardLighting.com Launches Landscape Lighting Forum

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LizardLighting.com, an ecommerce company specializing in energy-efficient landscape lighting, has launched a new landscape lighting forum.

We wanted to develop a destination on the web where the information can be consolidated, discussed, and better utilized

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LizardLighting.com, an ecommerce company specializing in energy-efficient landscape lighting , has launched a new landscape lighting forum. The forum available to anyone who is interested and contains tips, instructions, and other information provided by users and professional landscape contractors.

“There is some information on the web that is useful to landscape lighting contractors and homeowners but it’s really all over the place,” said Philip C. Curtis, co-owner of LizardLighting.com. “We wanted to develop a destination on the web where the information can be consolidated, discussed, and better utilized,” Curtis added.

The LizardLighting.com forum is open for discussion and comment of anything related to landscape lighting. Some recent forum topics include landscape lighting techniques and landscape lighting planning and installation. The forum allows users to read and review content, post comments, ask questions, and otherwise interact with other landscape lighting contractors, homeowners, or other parties interested in LED landscape lighting.

“We have some very knowledgeable folks from the landscape lighting industry who have agree to regularly contribute to the forums,” Curtis said. “We hope people will find it to be a useful place to find and share information about LED landscape lighting,” Curtis added.

LizardLighting.com is an ecommerce company specializing in LED landscape lighting. The online store will open March 2008.

For more information about LizardLighting.com or LED landscape lighting please visit http://www.lizardlighting.com.

Contact: Philip C. Curtis
Phone: 1.888.430.6551
Email: phil @ lizardlighting.com

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