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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Extraordinary display; takes little time or effort This decoration generates an extraordinary and unique display. It is very quick and easy. It attracts a lot of attention - wow! Looks amazing. Classy and elegant. Exceptionally durable in my opinion. October 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very nice and Unique We are the only ones in the neighborhood to have these lights. They look amazing. December 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Product is AWESOME! My lawn lights arrived quickly and appear exactly as they do in the pictures on the Improvements website. The display is bright, colorful and unique. My neighbors have complimented me on how beautiful the lights look on my lawn. I can't wait to use them again next year. December 24, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Watch the wires ! Although these lights provide a unique touch for outdoor displays, their wires are quite delicate and often need to be spliced, taped and reset. Be particularly weary of these if you live anywhere that has pets, rabbits or other forms of wildlife and/or children passing through your yard. October 8, 2015
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what holds lights to ground.

What is used to hold lights in place. Have many deer that pass through yard.
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The product comes with lawn stakes for each individual light bulb.
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Wire stakes hold it in place. I would not worry about the deer - they don't seem to be a problem. Rabbits and squirrels chewing on the wires are really the only issue, and even that rarely happens.
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Thank you for your question regarding Lawn Lights. The lights are held in place in the lawn with small wire stakes. The wire stakes are used to keep all the lights up, uniform, and visible. They hold the lights about 4-6 inches above the grass. This will keep the lights above a moderate snowfall. Even if the snow eventually covers the lights, they will still glow under the snow for a truly unique display. The wire stakes are very easy to use. You simply slide the wire through the neck of the hook, then insert the base of the light into the hook. Then you stake the wire stake into the ground.
Animals such as dogs and deer do not appear to be a problem. Animals are very sure footed, but we would not recommend purposely turning a dog loose to run around in the area, but even if they do, it does not appear to be an issue.
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No. All lights are connected with wires. You have to remove the lawn lights to mow the lawn.
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No way can you mow the lawn without removing all the lights
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Thank you for your question. You cannot mow over the Lawn Lights product. However, Lawn Lights were designed to be used primarily during the winter season when lawns are not being mowed or utilized, and for short term temporary use for events like weddings and Independence Day. If you decide that you want to mow the lawn after the Lawn Lights have been deployed, you can usually remove the Lawn Lights from the area very quickly, mow the lawn, and then return the Lawn Lights to the lawn in another 15 minutes. Thanks!
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I have one hundred feet of frontage. How many sets would I need.
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Hello. Well, the answer depends also on how deep the yard is. It is 100 feet of frontage, but how deep does the yard run off the road? 20 feet? 40 feet? 80 feet? What you need to do is multiple the length by the width to get how many square feet you need to cover. Then, each medium size covers roughly 1800 square feet, and each small size covers roughly 1500 square feet. You would divide to figure out how many sets you need. Thanks!
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