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Outdoor Solar Post Lights

Outdoor Solar Post Lights

There is nothing like using free solar energy to brighten up a   home!  Nowadays the price of every   single object under the sun is increasing, which is why it is becoming more   and more attractive to take advantage of solar post lights for outdoor use.  

These are the lighting options that will not only save you   electricity bills, but will also help you become environmentally friendly and   keep your home safe during the night.

They’re also perfect whether you’re remodeling, upgrading, or   building a new home!  Since they come   in all possible styles, sizes, and qualities, you need to be careful about   what you invest your money in.

In terms of style, you can find options for outdoor solar outdoor   lighting to match the aesthetics of your home.  From a tall stately Georgian mansion to a   small California bungalow, outdoor solar posts are a great addition to the   garden or front yard.  To determine the   right style for your new lighting fixtures, determine the style of your home   as well as the colors that will primarily be used on the exterior of your   home, including the roof, siding, and masonry.

Beige, red masonry, and earth tones work best for solar posts with   surfaces similar to copper, brass, and bronze.  If your house is black, gray, or slate,   choose the posts with finishes of white, zinc, nickel, chrome, tin, and   black.  You should also not forget   about proportions.  Your home can be   built between 1950 and 2004.  If so, it   is likely that the exterior of your home will be fairly flat compared to   older or newer homes.  Shorter posts   are the best options.  For a newer or   very old home, taller posts look better.    A townhouse also requires larger and tighter proportions for lighting.  

It is also important that you maintain your solar posts outdoors   if you want to keep your family safe.    If the light bulbs are broken or burned out, it’s time to replace   them.  Also clean dirty lenses with a   soft, damp cloth.  If your lights   corrode, replace them immediately.    Finally, cut off branches, shrubs and bushes to avoid easy   obstacles.