Article on Solar Powered Lamp Post Lights
Lamp post lights is an essential component for any landscape lighting scheme. Not only do they enhance the look of your home, they will also add security and safety to your family and friends. Solar lamp post lights are an ideal lighting solution for illuminate driveways, pathways, courtyards, decks, patios and pool areas.
Solar lamp post lights are easy to install anywhere on your landscape without running electrical wiring and can save you money on your electric bill. Using efficient solar-powered technology, solar lamp post lights receive their energy from the solar panel that charges the built-in batteries daily by the sun, which in turn lights the lamp at night. Choose form a wide variety of styles and colors to bring a new look to landscape and home.
Solar lamp post lights with a 7 foot powder coated cast aluminum post are available with one single solar light, two or even three solar light fixtures. The brightest solar lamp post lights will have to be the one with 3 light fixtures thereby increasing the light output three times brighter. Each Solar Lamp Post light fixture is available with 5 to 8 bright LEDs and uses a reflector cone to disburse the light, which creates light output comparable to a 40-watt light bulb. Since the solar lamp post lights are made of heavy cast aluminum and stand 7 feet tall it is recommended to securely bolt them down to a flat surface to prevent them from falling over.
Solar lamp post lights are also available for existing poles, perfect for replacing old out dated or non-working gas or electric lights. These are also available with one single solar light, two or even three solar light fixtures and available in several different styles and colors. Each of these replacement solar lamp post lights are equipped with a 3 inch base and fasteners for installing on your existing pole. Simply remove your old lamp fixture and replace with your new solar lamp post light.
Add curb appeal to your landscape with our large selection of solar lamp post lights.
Posted by Donna Clinton