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Front Walkway built out of inexpensive cement pavers, red lava rocks, and solar lights

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Our home had a simple walkway with cement pavers, which proved to be a hassle when we mowed the lawn. We finished the walkway simply by digging up the grass, adding red lava rocks, flowers, and solar lights to boost up our curb appeal!

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  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO

    How have those solar lights been working...I have seen these basic "lowes" ones only last 6 months or so before they start to fail.

    • Laronda
      Laronda Sylmar, CA

      @KMS Woodworks I have purchased some in the past and they work great only down fall it seems the gardener always runs them over!

  • Carol S
    Carol S Warwick, RI

    True that -- no matter what you pay --------Who want to have solar anything - when the technology can't even keep a walk way lamp lit.............Rechargibable batteries and all -- whata crock---

  • David Kea

    No doubt! I think its time for some smart patent chaser to design and build some high quality solar lights that will ACTUALLY WORK reliably for more than a few months. I hate solar lights and lame ass christmas lights which are manufactured as

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