I'm pleased to provide online shoppers with green, energy alternatives that offer money-saving power as well as delivering sustainability
Penn Valley, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2010
Not in my backyard; such a reply is a common response to the thought of a power plant ending up adjacent to your home; explained Franklin Williams, however, as undesirable as this circumstance may seem to many, it would provide the positivity of light to illuminate your backyard after dusk.
Fortunately, you don't have to compromise your standards to gain the benefit of continuous light. At http://www.WaveLightSolar.com, brainchild of Williams, you'll find an abundance of indoor and outdoor lighting options all powered by the eco-friendly means of solar light.
"I'm pleased to provide online shoppers with green, energy alternatives that offer money-saving power as well as delivering sustainability," he said.
Shoppers may choose from decorative garden lights and statues, string lights and lanterns, pole lamps and spot lights - all which serve as bright ideas for backyard and lawn illumination. Indoor reading lights, solar panels and energy-saving light bulbs may also be purchased.
For an enhanced backyard arrangement, shoppers may choose from fountain pumps equipped with solar blinking LED lights as well as colorful music engines, which produce a powerful, crisp sound and can be connected to a CD players, MP3 or laptop.
Check back often as Williams will continue to update his inventory with new merchandise; just on the horizon is the solar stone, which is a decorative yard piece crafted to look like an ordinary stone, however, it provides a luminous glow.
To learn more about the environmentally friendly lighting options available at WaveLightSolar.com, shoppers are encouraged to visit the Web site's newly formulated blog, http://www.WaveLightSolarBlog.com. This interactive tool will additionally be used to provide customer testimonials.
Stop in today and take part in this bright idea!
About the Company:
WaveLightSolar.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur, Franklin Williams.