Thankfully, consumers are also enjoying the brighter LED solar lights now being manufactured. I think many people have shied away from LED outdoor lighting because of their reputation for being dim and uninspiring. But, today’s LEDs are quite bright, bringing sufficient light for all of your outdoor nighttime activities—be it barbecuing, playing soccer with the kids, or just enjoying a good book on the back patio.
Perhaps the biggest benefit of using outdoor lighting, especially in landscaped areas in residential homes, is their low-maintenance features. Unlike traditional outdoor lighting that requires you to dig trenches, run wiring, and permanently place the fixtures throughout your space, solar LEDs are much more flexible and easier to install. They don’t require any wiring, so no trenches are required. And since all you to do install them is stake them into the ground, you aren’t committed to any particular position.
In fact, you can try them in one configuration, and then if you don’t like them where they are, change it up. Or move them around as the mood suits or the occasion requires. And they can be positioned almost anywhere—under trees, over ponds, or around your kids’ outdoor jungle gym. The possibilities are really almost endless.
Of course, the biggest benefit of these unique, flexible lighting options is their ability to run without the use of traditional energy. All they require are little batteries and access to the sun during the day. Leave the power provision to their microchips and time.