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 Solar Shed Lighting - How To Install a Solar Shed Light 
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Post Solar Shed Lighting - How To Install a Solar Shed Light
by: Lisa Saffel






A solar shed light is a great way to light up a shed or small building ! Here are some tips to successfully install solar shed lighting for your shed.

First, find a good spot inside your shed to mount the solar shed light. This should be someplace where it is easy to reach to switch the solar shed light on and off and where it will also shine the solar shed lighting where you need it. The surface should be flat and suitable for mounting a solar shed light on it.

Next, find a good spot outside your shed to put the small solar panel that will charge up the batteries for the solar shed lighting. It should face south and sit where the panel for the solar shed lighting can get exposure to full sunlight for as many hours as possible during the day. Look at your shed many times throughout a sunny day to see the location on the shed that gets maximum sun for the solar shed lighting. Look for possible sources of shade, such as tree branches, overhangs and other structures, or anything else that might cast shade on the panel for your solar shed lighting. The more hours of sunlight that the solar shed lighting’s panel gets, the better chance it will have to fully recharge the solar shed light’s batteries each day.

A wire will connect the solar shed light and the mini solar panel. Measure the wire to see how long it is. Once you have chosen good locations for the solar shed light and the solar panel, find a place where the wire can go between the solar panel outside and the solar shed light inside your shed. Measure the distance between the solar shed light and the solar panel to make sure that your wire will reach between the two. Drill a hole for the solar shed lighting’s wire, if necessary.

Mount the solar shed lighting’s mini solar panel on the outside of your shed and the solar shed light on the inside. Run the wire between the two, securing the wire safely against the surface of the shed. If your shed is large, you may even want to add additional solar shed lighting, to light up even more areas inside your shed with solar shed lighting.

Congratulations ! You now have a solar shed light that is maintenance-free with no electrical wiring necessary, with a built-in night light so that you can find the solar shed light’s switch easily and best of all, your solar shed lighting is automatically powered by free power from the sun.


About The Author
Lisa Saffel is a believer in alternative energy sources and is also an online solar lights business owner, supplying a wide variety of quality outdoor solar lights to the U.S.A. and Canada. For more tips and articles and for all of your outdoor solar lights and solar garden lights needs, please visit BrightSolarLights.com .

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http://www.BrightSolarLights.com



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