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Solar Lights for Walkways

Over the past years, solar power has become a great power source. One of the best ways to use solar power and cut costs is go with solar lights for your sidewalks.

A common misunderstanding among many individuals is that solar power requires bulky panels. This is true if you want to light your whole house, it isn’t true for the smaller uses such as sidewalk lights. The solar companies have made major advancements in creating one piece solar units that are cheap and are used for practical reasons.

Solar lights are the choice for landscapers now a days for many of the landscaping uses. Solar Lighting products usually come in packages of two to six self-contained lights. Each light normally has a metal or plastic stem with a lighting mechanism on the top. All you need to do is push it into the ground where you want it located. Some of these lights do come with a battery backup. Congratulations, that is it you have just added some nice lighting to your sidewalk. But even better than that is knowing you just cut the cost of your electric bill.

The solar lights will charge during the day time and light up in the night. Depending on the solar lights you have installed, the lights may stay on all night. Some brands will only run upto 8 hours or so, which means they will normally shut of at midnight.

Maintaining your solar lights is as simple as keeping the solar panel on the top clean. If you notice the lights start to dim this is when you will need to clean them. Using the natural power of the sun your outdoor lighting will make your home look nice and help save money on energy costs. Keep your solar lights clean and they will last for years.

One Response to Solar Lights for Walkways

  1. Kipu Inad May 17, 2010 at 4:54 pm #

    I really enjoyed this post, especially the “examples in this post” portion which made it really easy for me to SEE what you were talking about without even having to leave the article. Thanks

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