More difficult, perhaps. But safer: for sure. Remember, water evaporates more quickly and concentrates chemicals during the same times of the year when algae comes up. Use these tips: your birds, other wildlife and neighborhood pets will thank you.
It’s easy to place (and replace) solar lights, but a little bit of thought can mean a lot less damage to your outdoor solar lights and fountain/pond pumps. This post has tips on things to think about when installing and maintaining your solar garden products Continue reading
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
With spring coming, we want to remind you that taking care of nuisance animals is often much easier if action begins before the animals have their young.
It’s said that God loves all creatures; not so for folks who deal with filth, garden or property damage, or when your animals are at risk. Solar pest control is both humane and effective: no poison, no physical harm to animals (including pets and people). Continue reading
Happy New Year!
Best wishes to all for a happy, safe, and healthy 2015. As we welcome 2015, we thought it would be a good chance to recap our posts, videos, Pins with a quick video of some of the things we did in 2014.
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Why? Lots of reasons, including the fact that they can make great gifts and many of the features that make them ideal for hot summer weather also make them ideal for winter.
And, many are now priced at off-season rates.
For more reasons, read on, because many of our solar and marine lights work exceptionally well in areas far away from any bodies of water, including deserts. Continue reading
Like it or not, winter is here in most of the United States.
Note: This post has been updated and moved to our store’s on-site blog...http://www.solarflairlighting.com/winter-often-means-special-care-for-solar-lights
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Our store, SolarFlairLighting.com is holding a sale on several of our most popular solar lamps. Save up to 65% (with free shipping on all orders to contiguous United States), but buy soon, some models are already selling out!
Now through December 20, 2014 or while supplies last. Find out more…
- Need extra light in an area difficult to reach with electricity? Check!
- Want choices between continuous on or Motion Detection? No problem.
- Enhanced security? Covered.
- Looking for a no-fuss way to add drama to a special landscape feature? Easy!