But even on cloudy days, the batteries will charge. And although the lights may not stay on as long, they will generally come on at dusk. The technology is improving. These kinds of facts will all be covered by my blog.
Caldwell, ID (PRWEB) January 20, 2009
Launched in November 2008, SolarGardenPro.com is a new website offering everything in the solar family from solar pathway lights to solar wind chimes. One month later, they announced the launch of their company blog, http://www.URMySunshineBlog.com.
Founded by Debra Lee, SolarGardenPro.com was initiated when Lee was introduced firsthand to the site's products.
"I've always liked solar products, but I really got into them when I moved into a home where electrical cords were not an option," said Lee. "I was so impressed with the solar lights that I decided to make them the focus of my business."
Continuing to ensure the quality of her products, Lee still personally tests everything before it is featured on her web store.
"Before I sell anything to my customers, I test all the lighting products first," said Lee. "If it doesn't work for me, I don't keep it. I only offer the best on my site, and the best way to guarantee that is by trying everything myself."
Always looking to update the site, SolarGardenPro.com will host a diverse and changing inventory.
"We're looking into even more solar options such as lights for flowers and gazing balls," said Lee. "There are still so many areas to explore with this eco-friendly and innovative product."
In order to offer their customers more information about their products, SolarGardenPro.com launched their company blog in December 2008.
"The blog will have many different posts about solar lights as well as other environmental issues," said Lee. "This site is really about promoting a more eco-conscious lifestyle, and the blog will help by offering information about everything from solar lighting and solar heating to the proper disposal of batteries."
The blog will also provide more general information for customers who might have bad information regarding solar power and solar lighting.
"One of the major misconceptions about solar lighting is that people believe it needs to be sunny to work," said Lee. "But even on cloudy days, the batteries will charge. And although the lights may not stay on as long, they will generally come on at dusk. The technology is improving. These kinds of facts will all be covered by my blog."
For more information about any of these products or solar lighting in general, please visit http://www.SolarGardenPro.com.
About Solar Garden Pro
SolarGardenPro.com was established in November 2008 by Debra Lee. The site and its associated blog deal with many different kinds of outdoor solar lighting.
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