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SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Sophisticated Surrounding
the hue. Since most solar-powered lights today use LED bulbs, the light they emit is bright white. If you want the look of incandescent bulbs, look for solar lights with tinted covers — they may be labeled “amber” or “soft white.”You get what you pay for. The brightness of a solar light depends on the
to a certain extent, the higher-priced solar lights do tend to shine more brightly.Tell us: Do you use outdoor solar lighting? Has your experience been good, bad or mixed? Share your thoughts and tips in the Comments.Browse photos of landscapes illuminated by solar lights
“Does it make sense to create two levels?” — sslehman
Rob Clark Construction Inc.
9 Reviews
Upland Exterior Landscape Project
Is this fountain solar powered? Where can you get them that are solar
You can actually convert any fountain under 80 inches in height to solar. In fact, we have a variety of solar panels and pumps for all types of fountains here: http://www.serenityhealth.com/solar-pumps.html
“Nice fountain” — dorothy39
Traditional Deck
Are those lights on the step risers? Solar? Who makes them? Thanks
We are just adding new steps to our patio , like these looking for the plan, also are they solar lights or electric?
Stair lights, make solar and pair with solar landscape lights
solar lights on steps
“stairs - gradual staircase” — jenkriordan
Church Hill Landscapes, Inc.
Charlotte Entry Garden
Like the solar panels and the offset red barn.
I love the connection, the metal roof, the solar panels, the large porch, and the slate walkway.
farmhouse with porch, metal roof, solar and red "barn" garage
solar panels
“Columns, porch style, garden and path” — mcxstar01
Solar Innovations, Inc.
1 Review
Greenhouse | Residential Hartford Green
Residential Greenhouses by Solar Innovations, Inc. - Aluminum greenhouse. Solar Innovations, Inc. // Greenhouses
Solar Innovations, Inc.
“off the garage” — wdfleck
Platinum Poolcare
12 Reviews
Swimming Pools Chicago: Platinum Pools
your comments. To answer your question: Yes, it is certainly possible to heat a pool using invisible solar power, or any of the other available solar heating methods like Photovoltaic cells, Solar Cells, or other new technologies that are available. We have not used therma-hexx before, however. Thank
“basketball hoop” — Krystal Zenoble
Polsky Perlstein Architects
1 Review
Urbane shingle style Residence
Solar panels
Simple modern
“Pool and landscape ideas” — thrinemarsella
3 Reviews
Solar Traditional House
build and create an overbuilt home without charm or character. We kept the front facade of the house as the only wall left standing and designed a new solar home updated to current standards with the curb appeal and charm it originally had when it was first built. A new front porch was built along with a
“Raised planter with water and spa” — dezhobbs
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