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How To Hang Solar Globes?
There is nothing more frustrating then running a bunch of lines to the electric globes in hopes you do not run over anything with the mower. Have you ever seen globes in the garden with no wires running to them? You can have these same solar globes in your garden and do not have to worry about the electric bill going up while they light everything up during the night. You can place the lights up where ever you desire and it is a very simple process.
Hanging solar globes in the garden or anywhere else depends on five factors and these are:-
1. Planning their placement
2. Total Area
4. Adhering to the format of placement and instructions
5. Tying the globes securely as a form of protection
Your neighbors are not the only ones that can enjoy soft lighting throughout the night. You can also enjoy having the right amount of light around your garden or even your pool when the sun goes down.
Following the below instructions can help you hang solar globes around your yard properly:-
• Walk around the garden and decide where you would like to place the lights. Pay attention to where the sun is hitting because the globes will absorb the sun during the day so they can illuminate light during the night. If you set the lights up in an area where there is a lot of shade then you will be disappointed when the globes do not light up at night.
• Decide how big of area you will be placing the lights in. This will help you decide how many globes you will need to purchase. When first setting everything up you can lay the lights on the ground in a sunny area so they can charge while you are placing the posts.
• Grab the garden shovel and dig small holes where you would like to place the lights. As you dig the holes you will place the pedestal in the hole. Securely hold the pedestal in place while you fill the hole back up with the loose dirt. Make sure everything is packed tightly around the pedestal so it will not move.
• Place the globes on the pedestal so that there is about an inch of space between the ground and the globe. This will make it easier if the blub needs changed out in the future.
• Tie the globes in place so wind and animals cannot knock them over. Depending on your preference you could have a variety of different colored globes lighting up the garden.