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Solar Garden Lights

“I'd put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don't have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.”

— Thomas Edison (1931)

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I don’t know about you, but I am so ready to sit out on my deck and enjoy some sunshine and starry nights. Last year I planted an Eco friendly bee garden. I oftentimes had guests over to share the lovely view. At night you could hear the birds chirping and critters nestling in. But I must confess, more than one guest tripped over the rocks alongside my entryway.  One person even fell flat on their face. I felt horrible. She only had a few scrapes, but still.

So this year I have decided to install Solar Garden Lights. No more guests tripping over the rocks.  I have a long pathway leading up to my door. I think the walkway would be perfect for solar path lights. It would add a lovely ambiance.

solar grden lights on postOne thing great about installing Solar Outdoor Lights is that you don’t have to worry about wiring. The cost of wiring is outrageous and it’s really not much fun to install. Talk about a hassle.

Besides, there’s no high electric bill at the end of the month that knocks you out of your chair. Plus you can install your solar garden lights anywhere!

When you compare the cost of solar with electric, the difference is incomparable.

In the US, households that went solar:

  • Average 20 year savings= $20,000+ (that’s $1,000/year)
  • Numerous states= $30,000+
  • Hawaii= $60,000+

Solution: Stop sending money to electric companies. Reduce or eliminate your global footprint. Not only are you saving thousands of dollars by going solar but you reduce global warming emissions by 1/3.

Solar Garden Lights

By now I am sure you can see the financial advantages of going solar. What about solar garden lights? Are they efficient, do they emit enough light, and so on? Well, the benefits are many. Here’s just a rough draft:

  • Eco friendly solar garden light feature
  • Lowers utility costs
  • Very low maintenance
  • Durable and waterproof
  • Bulbs are easy to replace
  • Connector is easy-to-handle
  • No tools required for assembly
  • Keeps working during power outages
  • Easy installation & eliminates installation costs

 

The New Improved Solar Garden Lights

Solar technology is advancing quickly. It used to be that solar garden lights were very dim and sometimes unreliable. Today, solar garden lights; can be super bright. In truth, you can even find solar garden spot lights. Not only are they bright, but they more dependable.

Moreover, solar lighting technology has developed more effectual photovoltaic cells, enhanced circuitry and more efficient batteries. The new solar lights can perform all year round, even on dark and dreary days.

Because of significant advancements solar garden lights now come in a huge variety! However, there are three primary solar light categories; accent lights,path lights and garden spot lights

 

solar garden light near brushSolar Garden Accent Lights: Accent lights add a mellow luminosity to your garden or landscape. They are low level lights that can be utilized to mark landscape dangers. For instance, a large rock or small pond that may not be visible without some type of lighting. Solar garden accent lights are the most affordable and have the lowest light output.

Solar Garden Path Lights: Path lights are designed to light walkways, stairways, paths and perimeters around a specific area. Generally, they are used in multiples. Solar garden path lights come in many styles such as flange mounts, hanging hooks and ground stakes.

These type of solar garden path lights come with many features like on-off switches, timers, colored lenses and options for high-low power. Solar garden path lights are mid-range in light output as well as pricing.

Solar Garden Spot Lights: Spot lights are the brightest of solar lights. The garden lights are designed to produce a bright beam of light on entryways, plants, statues or garden décor. solar lampKeep in mind that a high quality solar Spot Light will generally have a focused beam of light equal to a 40-watt incandescent spotlight. Additionally, most solar spot lights come with numerous features like the path light does but are higher priced.

 Other outdoor solar décor includes Solar Fountains, with some amazing selections to fit about every personality.

Picture credit

Blue solar lamp: Nicholas Doumani via photopin cc

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