SOLAR EXTERIOR LANDSCAPE LIGHTING



The Old Way

So you'd like to get landscape lighting, at a fair price and without the hassles.

Forget the way it used to be done. If you wanted to get lighting for your yard, here are the typical steps that you would go through:

Is it any wonder that these types of plans often get put off or put on hold? Alternatively, as a handyman you might have said "I can just do it myself", and then you had to plan it out, measure, buy all those things, dig the trench, figure out how to wire up the wall, use up a weekend – forget it!

What if there was an easy way to light up your yard where it cost less up front, you can lighten up your yard more, and you didn't have the electricity bills that come afterwards?

The Solution

If you need some light in your yard, you can do no better than look into installing solar lighting. There are many reasons why these lights are better than those powered from your house electrical system, and hardly any disadvantages.

Unlike conventional lighting, solar lighting needs no external electricity supply, allowing you to install it without wiring in places where you have no power. It works by absorbing power from the sun during the day on a solar panel, also called a photovoltaic cell, which charges a battery inside. When the night comes, a light sensor on the unit turns on the light, which runs off the battery.

Solar powered landscape lighting is now a very practical and dependable lighting option for your outdoor needs. Utilizing solar powered outdoor lights, solar panels and rechargeable solar batteries, the result is a lighting device that burns bright, long, inexpensively, and safely.

Solar powered landscape lighting can be placed almost anywhere. The one caveat is that you must place the lights in as much direct sunlight as possible. This will allow the solar panel to charge fully during the daytime and power the lights for the entire night.

Your outdoor solar lighting system uses solar cells to convert sunlight into electricity. The electricity is stored in batteries and used by the lights at night. The sensors in the lights activate at sunset and turn off at sunrise.

The Benefits

The major benefit of using solar power is that it is free to use, and for all practical purposes an unlimited resource. Imagine not having to pay the increasing cost of electricity for years – solar panels are guaranteed for their output for 20 to 25 years, and are expected to last much longer before needing replacement.

Solar lights bring out the beauty of your landscape and your house. The night time happens to be the most dramatic time to see your landscaping. Proper landscape lighting is exceptionally important to show a home at its greatest potential.

Solar lights are a great way to help ensure that your garden, walkway, patios decks and more stay well lit even after dark.

Well-placed solar lighting can add to the safety and security of your home. It can also help prevent dangerous trips and falls.

You can enjoy more time outside with friends and family far later into the evening.

Solar lights are harmless to the environment. They're quiet and non-polluting, and they produce no greenhouse gases.

Solar lights add nothing to your electric bill. This means that you don't have to pay for any electricity to light your garden every night of the year, and that you don't even have to remember to turn on the lights before going outside.

Because they utilize the energy of the sun, they cost you nothing to operate. No operating costs!

With solar lights, you not only save on electricity use, but also save on the job of wiring them into the house circuits.

Your new solar lighting system, you can light remote areas of your yard that you could not with traditional electric lighting.

The term "sensible" in the dictionary refers to intelligent, rational, reasonable, practical, perceptible, and discernible.

Our company, Sensible Solar Power, provides solar landscape lighting that is intelligent, rational, reasonable, practical, perceptible, and discernible.

Solar landscape lighting makes sense.