Renewable energy to light your home
There are many benefits of using solar power for a home versus regular electricity. Even if it is more expensive when you buy them, it’s worth it because in the end, you’ll be saving more on your electric bill after just a few short years. A lot of people assume that solar lights are rather boring and don’t have any aesthetic value. But that’s not true! There’s plenty of ways to have cute solar lights and not just the panels on your roof.
Solar lights can be used both indoors and outdoors, again contrary to the idea that they are only restricted to outdoor use because of their huge size. Small and cute solar indoor pieces are available too like a solar lighthouse. These lights feature multiple amber LED lights to create a warm, inviting glow that will add interest to your outdoor decor.
They come with 2 AA NiCad rechargeable batteries that are recharged by sunlight using built-in solar panels. So you need to make sure that they are positioned in the sun during the day and it will automatically turn on at dark. The LED lights have a lifetime of about 100,000 hours so it is economical and an energy efficient way to light your patio or even window at night.
Something like a solar garden mushroom are cute choices for the outdoors and the gnome is one of my favorites here. There is something so joyous and happy about these cute little creatures. Check out this gnome as he relaxes against a mushroom on this solar-powered light fixture. The fun outdoor light features a manual on/off switch for easier accessibility.
It is made of ABS plastic and poly-resin, which makes it water resistant. The light stays on for about 8 hours per night after a full charge. With the crystalline solar cell, you don’t have to bother with charging it too often.