Go Green with Top-Rated Solar Lighting from SolarLightsAdvantage.com

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Founders of SolarLightsAdvantage.com, Mark and Brenda Knutson, are proud to debut their latest business venture. Customers are invited to enhance their home exteriors with environmentally friendly solar lighting. With solar stake lights, shed lights, garden lights and more, illuminating a yard has never been easier or greener. For additional information about featured products, please visit the site’s new blog.

Web entrepreneurs Mark and Brenda Knutson are pleased to introduce their latest business endeavor, http://www.SolarLightsAdvantage.com. The site, launched in April 2011, is a one-stop-shop for the highest quality, most affordable solar lighting on the market.

“Solar lighting, and its benefits for the environment, is something that Mark and I value,” said Brenda. “We want to encourage others to go green by making it easier to find and purchase eco-friendly items.”

When properly charged, LEDs in solar outdoor lamps last for 100,000 hours and the rechargeable batteries’ lifetime far exceeds the lifetime of conventional batteries. At SolarLightsAdvantage.com customers have access to the most efficient, highest performing outdoor solar lights. Illuminate a small patch of yard or an entire driveway with solar stake lights. For a bit of whimsy, try a set of color changing, stainless steel solar stake lights. Similarly, garden lights can be both decorative and functional. The Owl Family and fiberglass Lighthouse are two popular models. Solar spotlights gather energy from the sun throughout the day and the lights turn on automatically when night falls, brightening the landscape, the exterior of buildings or any focal point.

Solar shed lights use solar panels outside the building to absorb the sun’s energy and light the powerful lamps inside the building. This is an energy efficient solution to lighting outbuildings that do not have a source of electricity.

Instantly add ambience to an outdoor space with elegant solar pole lamps. Choose a Tiki Bamboo Torch lamp for a backyard cook-out or a Victorian solar lamp post for a touch of elegance. Perch a solar fence post light or two atop a gate or patio rail to create intimate lighting. What is remarkable about fence post lighting is its ability to blend seamlessly.

“Every light that’s on the site I handpicked. They are items that I have or would want to have in my own yard,” emphasized Brenda. “Even when we had several days in a row of nothing but rain and overcast skies, our lights lit every night, all night long.”

SolarLightsAdvantage.com is truly a customer service focused company. Orders are filled and shipped promptly, and in the event that a customer is not fully satisfied, a full refund will be issued, in accordance with the hassle-free return policy that is clearly outlined on the site. Feedback from customers is always welcome, especially comments pertaining to items customers would like added to the site. As the Knutsons are constantly adding to the site’s inventory, chances are they’ll be able to fulfill most requests. Inquiries are answered in a timely manner by a friendly, knowledgeable staff member.

“We’ve spent a lot of time doing price comparisons,” said Mark. “If our prices are not the lowest then they are close. Plus, our products are higher quality than big box store competitors, which will save customers money and reduce frustration in the long run.”

For additional product information, please visit the site’s brand new blog, http://www.SolarLightsAdvantageBlog.com. Mark and Brenda use the interactive blog to share green tips, landscaping ideas, and more.

SolarLightsAdvantage.com – Go green with solar lighting!

About the Company:
SolarLightsAdvantage.com – a division of MBK Advantage LLC – is owned and operated by web entrepreneurs Mark and Brenda Knutson.

Mark and Brenda Knutson
http://www.SolarLightsAdvantage.com
MBKAdvantage(at)gmail.com

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