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The best security lighting on a budget

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Every home owner, regardless of his or her neighborhood, should consider security lighting. A well-lit property can be a major deterrent to potential burglars, and with these three smart security lighting picks, it’s also one of the most cost-effective ways to keep your home safe.

1) A Powerful Outdoor Barn Light

This dusk-to-dawn LED barn light offers 50,000 hours of bright light. It’s perfect for lighting up back porches, driveways, or tree-lined areas in your yard, with light covering 82 square feet. It comes with a 5-year warranty, and easy installation instructions, and e LED bulbs are energy efficient, so you can keep burglars away without running up your electricity bill. The best part? This powerful barn light retails for just $35.99—about half the price of other highly rated competitors.

Torchstar Dusk-to-Dawn LED Outdoor Barn Light available from Amazon

2) Solar Powered Security

A rise in your electric bill can be a hidden cost when installing security lighting, but this affordable solar powered LED security light is the solution. The light has three modes: full-on mode, reduced light mode, and motion detection mode. It also has a wide-angle design that makes it perfect for lighting up your front porch, back door, patio, driveway, fence, and more. At just $15.99, this crime deterring light is a steal.

Litom Outdoor LED Solar Light with Motion Sensor available from Amazon

3) 2-in-1 Security Lights

This low-cost security light has multiple functions. You can mount it to your home using screws, or stick it in the ground to light up the perimeter of large properties. It also runs on solar power, automatically turns on at dusk, and stands up to tough weather conditions. At $24.99 for a set of two, it’s one of the most affordable and highly rated options out there.

URPOWER LED 2-in-1 Solar Lights available from Amazon

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