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Solar Garden Lights - How To Add Safety With Outdoor Solar Lights
by: Lisa Saffel

Adding outdoor solar lights to your landscaping is a great way to increase safety. Solar garden lights can light up things such as steps, obstacles and doorways when it’s dark. There are many types of outdoor solar lights that can be used for this, including solar landscaping lights, solar path lights, solar spotlights, solar lanterns and solar security lights. Outdoor solar lights come in many styles and can be mounted in many ways. Solar garden lights can be staked, mounted on walls, fences, fence posts, decks, and there are some styles of outdoor solar lights (solar lanterns) that can hang from something.

Use solar garden lights to light up steps

You can use outdoor solar lights to shine light on steps. Use solar garden lights to light up front or back steps, deck steps, or a step to a doorway, garage or driveway. You could also place outdoor solar lights on each side of each step along a front sidewalk. Some solar garden lights are very long, flat and slim and they fit nicely into the base of steps. This type of solar garden lights, called solar path lights, shine light while being nicely tucked away into the bottom edge of each step.

Use outdoor solar lights to light up a front or back doorway or side of a house or driveway

Solar garden lights can be very helpful to light up a doorway. Outdoor solar lights that work well for this are solar security lights, which switch on when they detect motion. This is useful for you or for guests, and a solar motion light can light up the immediate area if there is an intruder. You can also use solar garden lights at the side of a house or driveway, either using a solar motion light, staked outdoor solar lights or some wall mounted solar garden lights.

Use outdoor solar lights to light up obstacles

For any obstacles or something that you or someone else could potentially trip over or run into in the dark, you can easily place some solar garden lights nearby to light them up. You can use outdoor solar lights to light up a short wall, a large rock, a dip in the ground, or put some solar garden lights by a low fence around a flower bed.

Place solar garden lights along a wall or fence

Outdoor solar lights can also be mounted along a wall or fence. Some solar garden lights have base attachments that are designed to be mounted right onto a vertical surface or column. There are also outdoor solar lights that can be mounted on top of fence posts, creating an appealing and unique look.

Use solar garden lights to light up a walkway

Outdoor solar lights can provide light along a pathway or walkway, making it an inviting and attractive place to walk at night, with less risk of tripping or running into something. It also adds an elegant touch to have some solar garden lights along a walkway.

There are many types and designs of outdoor solar lights to light up your landscaping and provide additional safety, since solar garden lights can shine extra light on key areas or obstacles after dark. With just a little effort and imagination, outdoor solar lights can really accent your yard and surroundings and solar garden lights result in a safer place to navigate in the dark ! Outdoor solar lights also do not require any electricity. They charge up from the 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 .

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