Spring is here, and summer is coming, when the freshness of your garden on warm nights invites you to dine and relax outdoors surrounded by the discreet ambience created by solar-powered lights. And as you prepare for summer, you’ve sure started landscaping your garden and thinking about how to highlight your design at night. Continue reading about why solar lights are the best option to make the most of your garden after sundown
The crucial advantages of using solar-powered lights in your garden are: that they are sustainable, run for free, and without cables, so you can move them wherever you want. You only have to place them in spots exposed to sunlight during the day for their batteries to recharge. Once installed in no time, the solar-powered lights turn on automatically after dark and turn off at dawn because of their light sensor. Their high IP rating (we recommend over 55) means you don’t have to worry about rain.
Smartly positioned illumination can lead from practical solutions to artistic effects for your outdoor space. Here are some ideas for different needs during your long summer nights.
And not just for the summer.
Practical and decorative – illuminate borders and plants with solar-powered stakes
Mark the borders of your garden that are difficult to see at night and create a sight to enjoy by placing solar stakes. These solar lights are the easiest to install – you only need to peg the stakes a fixed distance apart in the soil along the borderline.
Similarly, you can trace your flower beds and if you want to highlight a sculpture or plant that is your garden pride, amplify the lighting near them with one or more lights.
The decorative part can be enriched by the different lighting modes with which certain solar garden torches are coming. They give the perfect illusion of flame, and you can set them to simulate a dancing flame, breathing, or flickering.
Make your front yard say: Welcome!
Especially in the summer, more guests will want to share your garden’s nighttime beauty and freshness with you.
Endorse your invitation with a warm welcome from your front yard by placing solar garden torches along the driveway or paths.
Besides reflecting the warmth of the home, this solution is also practical because driveways can be problematic at night, mainly if the design of the yard contributes to further blurring the borders of the driveway.
And don’t worry if the electricity goes out – your solar torches will continue to glow and guide you as you approach.
Just make sure that, as we said, the torches are in a bright spot during the day, not shaded by the foliage in the garden.
Solar-powered lights are not just a summer solution
The winter sun doesn’t keep us warm, but it is still mighty powerful. This means that solar outdoor lights work in winter, too, in all weather, thanks to their water resistance.
These features, along with easy installation and reinstallation at your will, are why solar lights, especially those with pegs, are considered exceptionally versatile.
Solar Garden Torches by HomeProTek
HomeProTek torches can be installed in less than a minute and do not require any wiring or tools. Once installed, they will automatically turn on after dark and turn off at dawn because of their light sensor. The charging time is approximately 8 hours.
To suit all styles, these lamps offer three lighting modes: dancing flame, breathing, or flickering. Thanks to its 96 LEDs warm-colored 35Lm, the illusion of a real torch is perfect!
Depending on the mode chosen and the weather, the torches can provide you with up to 12 hours of light. For added safety, HomeProTek lamps shut down when overload, short circuit, overheating, and are guaranteed for one year.
HomeProTek solar lights are waterproof to IP65 standard, making them resistant to all weather and therefore perfectly suited to light up your evenings.