Adding style to your home has never been this affordable or looked this good.
A well-lit home is a safer home. Installing a post lamp is one of the easiest ways to help protect your property and family, providing a brighter, safer entrance to your home and discouraging potential vandalism. Installing a decorative post lamp is an easy, affordable way to add a touch of style to your home.
All post lamps are professionally installed by a local, licensed contractor. Additional highlights include:
- Durable, heavy gauge construction - the well-crafted heads and posts are made of cast aluminum, providing light and beauty to your yard for years to come. Plus, the post is buried in concrete for sturdiness, even in harsh weather.
- Timeless design options - whether you’re looking for classic or contemporary, simple or sophisticated, we have a variety of styles to reflect the quality and beauty of your home. Complete the look with a coordinating wall-mounted fixture. All of the fixtures can be installed with LEDs, CFLs, incandescent or low-voltage bulbs.
- Energy efficient - qualified lighting uses about 75% less energy than standard lighting and lasts up to 10 times longer.
- Monthly payment plan - take advantage of our easy payment plan—no money down and low monthly payments up to 36 months with approved credit.
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The customer is not required to purchase the good or service from FirstEnergy or the FirstEnergy operating company and the good or service may be obtained from other suppliers. A customer's decision to receive or not receive the good or service from FirstEnergy or the FirstEnergy operating company will not influence the delivery of competitive or non-competitive retail electric service to that customer by FirstEnergy or the FirstEnergy operating company. For Ohio customers, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio does not regulate this optional service and has no authority to investigate complaints about this optional service.