Visually Appealing, Yet Practical.

One of the most underestimated aspects of landscape design, landscape lighting enhances your property in three ways: accented property features, added security, and increased time for enjoyment of your outdoor space. See how quickly and affordably you can add unmatched value to your home with landscape lighting.

Advantages of our state of the art LED lighting:

  • Unprecedented 10 year parts warranty
    Energy Efficient–require 80% less voltage than halogen bulbs
  • Longer Lamp Life-change bulbs less frequently (50,000 hours or more)
  • You can even manage your outdoor lighting with your smartphone via Wi-Fi! Not the short Bluetooth range like others on the market.
  • Dimming & Color Changing Capabilities of over 30,000 colors!
  • Lower Energy Costs
  • Security and Safety
  • Superior Reliability
  • Heat Reduction–reduces risk of burn or fire
  • Light pathways, patios, and property boundaries
  • Trouble-Free Service and maintenance

Landscape Lighting Types

Path Lights

Offer safe illumination for walkways while highlighting landscape features along the way.

Accent lights

Add texture, contrast, and interest while accentuating a featured plant or highlighting stonework or gathering area.

Wall lights

Will increase safety by defining perimeters and enhancing architectural features.

Underwater Lights

Adds illumination to ponds, fountains, or water features to enhance the beauty and make it stand out.

Landscape lighting is an affordable way to beautify your home. Create additional living space and expand the amount of usable time you can spend in your outdoor space. Constructed from either durable zinc alloy, brass, or aluminum in a visually appealing design. This outdoor lighting will enhance and complement any home and landscape.

Rost Inc has been in business 33 years, since 1985 - Graphic

Our Roots

Rost, Inc. began in 1985 with a vision of creating stunning and unique landscapes for central Missouri. Founders Tim and Toby Rost began landscaping while attending the University of Missouri.