Garden lighting is an important aspect of every home exterior lighting design, so it goes without saying that choosing the perfect LED Garden Lights requires careful consideration. Establishing the overall purpose of the garden lighting solution should be an important consideration within your lighting design. Is the primary purpose safety related? Or efficiency? Or the visual appeal of your garden? Understanding the "why" of your garden lighting needs will allow you to plan effectively, and choose the perfect products. Consider the following when selecting the perfect LED garden light setup: 1. Showcasing One of the primary purposes we see LED garden lights used for, is to illuminate or showcase the garden, and rest of a home's exterior after dark. Many backyards are created for entertaining, and LED garden lights add a flare that gets noticed. To create a more stunning effect consider the quality of your lighting, and opt for products which have an appropriate lumen flux for your specific area. 2. Safety By utilising LED garden lights in both front and back areas, you can add to the safety of your home's exterior. LED garden lights will help you ensure that steps, pathways and any other uneven surfaces can be properly illuminated - eliminating any safety risks that may be inherent. 3. Efficiency Having the most efficient garden lighting solution guarantees that you will be replacing less bulbs over time, and therefore saving the most money possible on your LED garden lights. With lifespans up to 50,000 hours, you are bound to save yourself on the time and effort of replacing inferior globes. 4. Ease of movement Another often overlooked consideration is - will your LED garden lights be easy to move if needed? By utilising products such as LED Garden Spikes, you can assure that your lighting solution in your garden is transportable and versatile - allowing it to be adapted as you need it to be. This ranges from making small angle changes, to larger placement changes - such as your planting strategy evolves; meaning your LED garden lights can be as flexible as you need them to be. Selecting the best LED garden lights to suit your garden, whether it be domestic, industrial or commercial requires some thought.
1. What are the different types of solar garden lights available in the market?
There is actually a wide range of selections of solar garden lights available in the market. Depending on where you want to actually install the lights, these are some of my recommendations: Hanging Solar Garden Lights: For lighting up your pathways and to add a touch of elegance to your garden Ground Stake Solar Garden Lights: For giving stability to your lights. These lights are mounted on additional equipment and are less prone to being toppled over Solar Deck and Stairs Lights: These are ideal for lighting up your stairways. They are much smaller in size. Solar Garden Spot Light: They work like normal flood lights but have a a narrower beam. I hope this helps.
2. My solar garden lights don't work anymore. how can i restore them?
You can also check the tiny bulb, it may have burned out
3. Broke one of my neighbors outdoor garden lights, how do I cover it up?
Switch it over with one of the other garden lights, so they do not figure out the basketball did it, if there was one further away. (I was a teenager once).
4. My Solar Garden lights keep getting stolen?
So you've spent how much on these lights so far? Here is what I would do. Buy this light for $29.00 (see link). it's a little motion sensor light. put it on a small post or someplace where if some one who walks up will set it off. It may scare the kids off. I am not saying it will work but you can try it. otherwise I've seen a motion sensor lawn sprinkler for gardens. Rabbits, squirrel etc. You would have to check around on that one.
5. Does anyone have any advice on how to start a small indoor garden...Such as lights to use, soil, how to water.?
I bought some "Earth Boxes", check out the web site, they are pretty cool and easy to maintain. I use miracle grow for soil. They need sun so put it by a window at least or you can drag them out on sunny days. You fill the bottom of the box with water twice a week and they use what they need.