With solar yard lights, no more digging, no more sweating! Choose where you want to install them, stick the fixtures into the ground or hang them. Voila!
Solar lighting is a great way to illuminate your landscape. By choosing the adequate fixtures you can obtain a unique, original and beautiful design without the need of an electrician.
Solar yard lights are becoming very popular. They are an affordable, easy and safe way to bring life to your garden at night. Not only you make it easy on your wallet, but it’s also your contribution towards a cleaner environment.
Solar yard lights bring magic to gardens
Solar garden lights can dramatically improve the look of your landscape. From revealing a dark area, to accent lighting a particular element in your garden, endless designs can be achieved. Only your creativity is the limit.
In addition to solar yard lights, using floating solar lights for your swimming pool or solar pond lights is also a nice enhancement to your water features.
Solar deck lights and solar post caps add another dimension to your decks and patio when night falls.
If you are wondering how to add light to your storage sheds, a solar shed light is the answer.
Whatever you choose, just be sure to place your solar lights in a location where the sun can reach the solar panel, it is the only way for the battery to charge. Properly charged, solar landscape lights will dispense hours of lighting.
- LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) automatically turn on at dusk and off at dawn thanks to a photo cell and a small electronic circuit.
- LEDs are ideal for solar applications, their consumption is minimal compared to incandescent light bulbs and they are reliable.
- LEDs have a life span of up to 100.000 hours and the rechargeable batteries will need replacement approximately every 2 years.
Don’t expect solar yard lights to give you massive illumination. Their primary aim is to add a gentle and subtle touch to your landscape
- Make sure the solar cells are in direct contact with the sun all day long
- Let the battery charge for a few days before the first use
- Clean the solar panels from time to time
Solar path lights and solar yard lights are available for every taste. From the traditional ones that you stick into the ground, to more original ones representing animals, gnomes, butterflies or flowers.