Which Decorative Solar Street Lights Are Best for Me?
Posted by Stephen Shickadance in The Basics.
We’re sure decorative solar street lights aren’t on your mental list of topics to talk about with friends over a round of drinks next weekend. It’s not trending in the news, nor are influencers tweeting out about lights because it’s the new craze everyone’s into. However, we recognize that lights are needed some times, and those times you need a decorative light to make your property look appealing. Maybe it’s the case you’ve got a pathway you want lit, or perhaps you’ve just planted gardenias and you want to highlight them for those guests visiting. Whatever the case may be for your decorative lights needs, we’ve got some tips on what to choose if you’re the kind that wants to light up the night while saving some dollars on energy.
Answering the Important Questions about Decorative Solar Street Lights
What Kind of Light Works Best for Me?
You’ve probably browsed your local hardware store with an entire aisle of fixtures, bulbs, housings, and a myriad of other gadgets that don’t quite hit the mark for what you’re looking for. If you’ve got a pathway, small park, or even a little garden you want lit, and dragging an unsightly cable out to the light doesn’t do the job (we don’t like cables either), go solar. Here’s an option we like to stand by. Figuratively *and* literally.
We’ve got the Lita decorative outdoor solar light that combines a lot of features into one. First, it’s clearly decorative. The shepherds hook arm on top of the pole (up to 14 feet high) points directly downward to illuminate small areas like pathways, or those gardenias you love to talk about with your friends. Plus, a 10-20 watt LED fixture powered by the solar panel above it is enough to really make your area shine with power to last for about a week after full charge from the sun. Just keep in mind that your light battery must be buried for this kind of light, so if you’re working with dirt, you’re in the clear.
Are There Any Other Lighting Options?
Maybe your garden is a little larger? Or perhaps your current lighting situation isn’t enough to cover all that you need? Or maybe your garden is covered with concrete and you can’t dig to place a battery? If Lita isn’t your perfect choice, we’ve got other decorative solar street lights that are meant for larger areas. The Greenshine Classica is a bit of a larger light fixture with a pole up to 15 feet high and a light fixture rated at 30 watts. There’s an “acorn” style light fixture, different from the shepherd’s arm for the pole, but the pole and light fixture are much larger. Plus, this decorative light is still rated to last a week after a full battery charge!
What’s The Cream of the Crop? The Best? The Brightest?
So if you’ve seen our decorative options and they don’t make the cut, we’ve got more in store. Do you need something brighter, bigger, and sturdy enough to weather several storms? Take a gander at some of our largest decorative hanging solar lights, the Lumina series. With bulb wattage up to 80W, a 26-foot maximum pole size, and different hanging light fixtures to choose from, it’s the beast of the best. These decorative solar lights are often used in public areas that need a lot of coverage and a mighty pole to last a long while.
We hope our selection for decorative solar lights narrows down your choices. It saves you a trip to the store and you’re not given hundreds of options to select from. We at Greenshine New Energy take pride in our simplicity, knowing that we’re the top in our field when it comes to affordability, reliability, and, well, we like to boast a bit about how our lights look too. Contact us for more information.
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