Dunstable is a small town in Middlesex County of Massachusetts, with a population of about 3,200 people. Dunstable is nestled between Pepperell and Tyngsborough and runs right along the New Hampshire border. Though its population is small, Dunstable’s square mileage is rather large. There is plenty of land and wooded areas including the Kennedy, Proctor, and Hogg conservation areas for the adventurous type. Homeowners in Dunstable enjoy spacious plots of land surrounding their home. Large yards can turn into a dark abyss during the night or early morning hours, and it can be tough to attempt to illuminate such a sizable area. Luckily, that’s just what we do here at Northern Outdoor Lighting!

Outdoor & Landscape Lighting in Dunstable MA

Northern Outdoor Lighting is located in North Billerica, just twenty minutes from Dunstable. Our experts will travel to your property, and do a walkthrough of the area with you. Together, we will examine the estate and highlight areas where landscape lighting may be appropriate. You can describe the need for functionality or curb appeal and we will create the perfect outdoor lighting design proposal suited for your landscape! Following the approval of the design, our professionally trained staff will carefully install high-quality outdoor lighting products and your yard will no longer be kept in the dark!

If you currently reside in Dunstable, MA and are considering a new outdoor or landscape lighting system, contact Northern Outdoor Lighting today! Our experts are standing by to discuss your outdoor lighting designs!

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“Bill Knowles has done three landscape lighting proposals for me, two of which I had him install (15-25 fixtures each). Bill is very knowledgable about landscape lighting products. He recommends fixtures that are durable and long lasting. He has the experience to know where best to position light fixtures and how to properly wire them. He is confident in his approach but easy going about listening to owner input. His proposals were clear and detailed with product cut sheets provided. He does not usually provide any drawings locating the lighting on a landscape plan, however, if there were a Landscape Architect involved I assume they would provide that service. As an Architectural Designer myself I was particularly interested in the aesthetics of the lighting, not just their function. Bill delivered two great looking projects. As for the warranty it is very generous. After installation Bill returned to adjust light levels (with lower wattage bulbs), make adjustments to the timers, and replace any faulty bulbs at no charge.”