Many of us had landscape lights installed outside our home years ago. Over those years, our landscapers have brought in fresh mulch, year after year. It is important to let them know those junction boxes in between the lights need to remain accessible; they should not cover them. Because most lights today are low voltage, underground circuit tracers have a harder time locating those buried boxes. So, when the lights stop working, if those boxes are buried beneath the mulch, it makes the repairs that much harder.
Many times, those boxes are in the ground and fill up with water. After you have turned off the power, check the connections in the box for short circuits where the moisture has caused the problem. If you need assistance, feel free to call us or contact us through the website. Click here for $25 off an electrical repair.