Lighting. Friday , September 21st , 2018 - 18:54:25 PM
Fairy lights have tiny bulbs and come in an array of colours, multi-colour and a choice of either static or multi-function action. They don't have shades, but some are distinctive by decorative flutes around the bulb neck. Fairy lights are good for both indoors and outdoors, due to their tiny size they are extremely versatile, therefore, popular. They are good for decorating trees, outlining building & features plus constructing free-standing features to name but a few.
The key decision that must then be made is what the most suitable replacement lighting is, after all there seem to be a massive range of different lighting all claiming to save you money and save the environment. The most talked about technology at the moment is LED lighting but it isn't suitable to replace everything; so what sort of lighting should you get?
There are many great decorative outdoor lighting options to choose from these days. Solar Lighting is the most economical and easiest to install. Solar lights have staked ends and can be inserted into soil or mulch. Once the battery inside the light is activated (often by just pulling a tape that prevents contact with the photo cell) it takes about ten or twelve hours of exposure to sunlight to charge the battery and your solar light will be ready to illuminate your sidewalk, driveway, shrubs or flowers at night.