Frank Webb Home offers a variety of outdoor lighting options to enhance your alfresco living areas. Outdoor lighting illuminates your home's exterior, adding style to your porch, patio, or deck or increasing the security of your yard. Whether you’re fond of hosting guests or plan to enjoy your porch or patio on your own, the proper lighting goes a long way in achieving the atmosphere you desire.

From front porch lights to patio fans, we offer an outdoor fixture in a style to suit your space. Wall lanterns and other outdoor wall lights are a classic option for either side of the front door, while outdoor pendants make a welcoming first impression on a larger porch or add elegance when suspended from a pergola in the backyard. Hang a patio ceiling fan over your outdoor living area to enjoy a gentle downward breeze on hot summer evenings, or opt for a stunning outdoor chandelier that adds a spark of luxury. We also offer a wide range of flush and semi-flush mount outdoor lights, perfect for imparting subtle style—and practical illumination—to spaces with lower ceilings.

Outdoor lighting can also boost your home's security to offer peace of mind after dark. Choose from landscape and path lighting to brighten paths and walkways; motion-activated flood lights or spotlights to alert you of unexpected visitors or illuminate dark corners; and lamp posts or pier-mount lighting to add helpful illumination to a front yard, porch steps, or a back patio.

A few well-placed outdoor light fixtures can take your home’s exterior to a new level. We offer high-quality outdoor lighting made from weather-resistant materials intended to stand up to extended exposure to the elements. Explore Frank Webb Home and find outdoor light fixtures to illuminate your yard, porch, or patio, from Quorum, Progress Lighting, Seagull, and other top brands.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are outdoor lights waterproof?

Not all outdoor lights can get wet. Look at the fixture’s UL rating: Outdoor lights rated for “wet” conditions can be installed in places where they’ll be fully exposed to the elements, such as along a path or walkway, on the exterior walls of your home, or on an open patio or deck. Outdoor lights rated for “damp” conditions should only be used on covered patios, screened-in porches, and other places where they are mostly protected from rain or snow.