Sometime spring means that solar lights need some tender loving care. Other times, new ones are necessary and we’re making it easier for you to upgrade your fixtures.
Between now and May 10, 2015, save 10 percent on better solar lights: solar lamps, solar marine lights, solar chargers.
Find out more at http://www.solarflairlighting.com/whats-new#earthdaysale
All Gama Sonic Lamps, Accent Lights, Spotlights: 10% off with free shipping to 48 contiguous United States.
Save 10% on purchases of $150 or more of solar marine /boating lights by using Discount Code “EarthOcean” at checkout. 10% will automatically be deducted from your purchase price.
To save on marine/boating solar lights and charger
Make Sure Your Solar Lights Are Good to the Environment After Their Useful Days are Over
In honor of Earth Day, we’re updating a very important article: how to properly dispose of rechargeable batteries, solar and low-voltage lights and both solar and electric fountains.
These and other products contain components that are considered to be “household hazardous waste” and require special care when their useful days are over.
You’ve been good to the environment (and your pocketbook) by choosing solar. The question: how to stay green when disposing of solar lights and their components?
And low-voltage lights, electric and solar pumps and pest control products? They also need special care after they’ve outlived their usefulness.
Nothing lasts forever, not even the best quality solar or electric garden products. And when their useful lifespan is over, many components must be recycled or disposed of properly… Read on our faster on-store blog
Can solar pumps do EVERY thing that electric pumps can? No, but they can do a lot more than many people think.
And you don’t need to deal with transformers, electrical conduits, or cords. Solar pumps mean no often costly increases to your electric bill and you eliminate the noise of most electric pumps.
In fact, we’ll soon retrofit our patio fountain with a solar pump because the current pump is louder than the sound of the trickling water, hardly relaxing.
This post covers how to properly use a Hydraulic Calculator: what to measure and how to input the measurements properly. We’re showing two examples of how we used our Hydraulic Head Pressure calculator to help two customers select solar pumps: one to retrofit an existing electric pump, the other for a new waterfall. Continue reading
- Where Are the Images? Website Updates Changed, Updated, Renamed Many Images
Lots of the images on this blog are gone, for a while anyway. That’s because SolarLightingSmart.com updated our other site.
Since the two sites shared many graphics and we upgrade the other ones, we need to replace images on this site. Especially ones in our older posts.
Since solar lighting technology evolves rapidly, its a chance to give this blog a good cleaning.
A complete makeover and other content type of changes are also on the for SolarLightingSmart.com. Continue reading