Elevate the beauty and functionality of your outdoor spaces with expert landscape lighting from Popkin & Son Electric in Old Westbury, NY. Our team specializes in creating mesmerizing lighting designs that transform your backyard, garden, or patio into a captivating oasis.
When you choose Popkin & Son Electric, you’re embarking on a journey to enhance not only the aesthetics but also the usability of your outdoor area. Our landscape lighting solutions not only add a touch of enchantment to your surroundings but also increase safety and security. Imagine hosting evening gatherings under the gentle glow of strategically placed lights or strolling through your beautifully illuminated garden. With our expertise, we make these visions a reality, tailoring designs to your unique preferences and the natural features of your property.
At Popkin & Son Electric, we understand that every outdoor space is unique. We offer personalized design consultations to discuss your vision and preferences.
Our dedicated team of professionals collaborates closely with you to craft a lighting design that complements your property’s architecture and landscaping. We take pride in our meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that every fixture is thoughtfully placed to enhance the overall aesthetic. With an array of high-quality, energy-efficient fixtures at our disposal, we create stunning visuals and provide environmentally responsible solutions. When it comes to installation, our skilled technicians handle the entire process with precision and care, guaranteeing that your landscape lighting seamlessly integrates with the natural beauty of your surroundings.
Landscape lighting isn’t just about illumination; it’s about artistry. Our team excels in strategically placing lights to accentuate the natural beauty of your outdoor space.
By collaborating with Popkin & Son Electric, you’re enlisting the services of passionate lighting artists who understand the interplay of light and shadow. We take a holistic approach, considering your property’s architectural features, foliage, and topography. From accentuating the elegance of towering trees to guiding guests along gentle pathways, we create designs that evoke emotion and infuse a captivating ambiance into your Nassau County property.
Your landscape becomes a canvas, and our lights are the brushes that paint a stunning masterpiece for you to enjoy night after night. Our lighting solutions illuminate your outdoor space and create a sense of drama and wonder. Imagine the warm, inviting glow of your patio, the romantic ambiance of your garden, or the majestic aura around your home’s exterior. With Popkin & Son Electric, your landscape’s beauty is elevated to new heights, becoming a breathtaking spectacle that enchants all who experience it.
Westbury was founded by Edmond Titus, and was later joined by Henry Willis, one of the first English settlers. Westbury had been a Quaker community of isolated farms until the railroad came in 1836. After the Civil War, the New York elite discovered that the rich, well-wooded flat countryside of the Hempstead Plains was a place to raise horses, and to hunt foxes and play polo at the Meadow Brook Polo Club.
The Village of Old Westbury was incorporated in 1924, separating itself from Westbury, the adjacent area that housed many of the families of the construction and building staffs for the Old Westbury mansions. The “Old” part of Old Westbury’s name reflects the community’s need for its postal address to be different from the Westbury in Cayuga County, as per postal requirements (it had been using a postal address of North Hempstead for this reason); residents did this when they wanted a local post office ca. 1841, and when they incorporated Old Westbury as a village, they felt that it would be confusing for the village name and post office name to be different from one another. The Village of Westbury, located adjacent to Old Westbury, adopted that designation when it incorporated in 1932 as Cayuga County’s Westbury’s name was no longer being used.
The area was originally known as Wallage, which is related to a Native American term roughly meaning “ditch” or “hole.” By February 1663, it was known as Wood Edge, and by October 1675 it was known as “the Plains edge” or simply Plainedge. The name Westbury began to be used for the area around 1683. The name Westbury was chosen by Henry Willis, who named it after Westbury, Wiltshire, his hometown in England.Learn more about Old Westbury.