If you enjoy spending a peaceful night on your patio with a few good friends or your family, you probably use some kind of Patio Solar Lights to illuminate the area. Usually, these light are hooked up to a power source coming directly from your house. That power that you are using to run the lights may not seem like a lot, but when you add it up over time, it will definitely show up on the power bill. Think of it like this: If you spend on average an hour per night on your patio, that’s an extra 30 hours of power that you will have to pay the electricity company for at the end of the month.
Instead of sucking the electricity from your house, use the energy from the sun to power the lights. Patio Solar Lights absorb the sun’s energy during the day and store it in a rechargeable battery. When the sun sets, the battery will have a full charge and will be ready to light up your patio. A fully charged battery can keep the light powered for around 10 hours straight. More about Patio Solar Lights ideas that will beautify your home decor in the following pictures.
Patio Solar Lights