Go Green This Holiday Season With Solar Lights

The holidays are approaching; it is time to start decorating. Many people look for new, fun and easy ways to decorate their property and homes. Want a new and energy efficiency way to decorate this holiday season? Want a better way to light up your holidays this season without pulling out the extension cords? With solar string lights and solar holiday lights no more extension cords, no more high electric bills, and no more worries of turning the lights on and off.

All of us agree that traditional holiday lights are a hassle. You always have to run extension cords all over the place or you have to make sure the lights are close to an electrical outlet. Also with traditional holiday lights will produce a huge electric bill. Solar holiday lights completely eliminate these hassles.

With solar lights the technology has come far in just the last couple of years and the manufacturers have released a large variety of solar lighting styles and colors. Solar holiday lights have a sensor that turns them on at night and off during the day and will run for about 8 hours. Here are several different styles and colors of holiday lights on the market today:

Solar String Lights
This is a string of 50 or 102 solar powered LED lights that can be attached to your eves of your house or strung around lamp posts, trees, mail boxes, banisters, etc. They are available in several different colors (white, green, blue, red and red/green). These solar string lights are available in 22′ and 33′ strands, with a 6′ span between the solar panel and the first light.

Solar Multi-Colored String Lights
These are a lot like the solar string lights above, but are multi-color. This is a string of 50 solar powered LED lights that can be attached to your eves of your house or strung around lamp posts, trees, mail boxes, banisters, etc. These multi-colored solar string lights are available in 22′, with a 6′ span between the solar panel and the first light.

Solar Rope Lights
This is a string of 50 or 102 solar powered LED bulbs are encased in plastic tubing that can withstand any type of weather and even rain. The plastic tubing is very flexible, too, which is why it is called a “rope.” You can wrap it around trees like you would do with a rope. They are available in several different colors (white, green, blue and red). These solar rope lights are available in 22′ and 33′ strands, with a 6′ span between the solar panel and the first light.

Solar Net Lights
These are basically a “net” of 50 LED lights that you use to wrap a shrub. Simply wrap your shrub and you’re done! Solar net lights are only available in white. Each light has a 6′ span between the solar panel and the first light.

Solar Icicle Lights
These are similar to electrical icicle lights. Each strand has 110 white solar powered LED’s and is approximately 15 feet long with a 6′ span between the solar panel and the first light.

Solar Garland Lights
With a traditional feel, this solar garland is adorned with crimson winterberries, pinecones and 50 LED white lights. Hang it on an exterior surface that receives direct sunlight, the solar Christmas garland will provide efficient LED illumination every night.

Solar Wreath Lights
This solar wreath light is adorned with crimson winterberries, pinecones and 50 LED white lights. Hang it on an exterior surface that receives direct sunlight, the solar Christmas wreath will provide efficient LED illumination every night.

Needless to say, solar holiday lights come with the benefits that we all come to expect from solar light products, like: ease of installation, energy efficiency, versatility, etc. Not to mention, most traditional lights need to be either turned on and off manually, or attached to a timer. All of these solar holiday lights come with daylight sensors. All that you need to do is, install the solar holiday lights in your favorite location, place the solar panel in an area that gets plenty of sun, and then turn them on. It doesn’t get more trouble free and easier than that!