10 Reasons to Get This LED Stair Light

The LED step lights can help prevent you from stumbling and falling while using the stairs at night. Solid Signal offers these motion sensor stair lights for your home or patio.

While walking and chewing gum at the same time is easy, going up and down the stairs in the dark is riskier. Why? Because it’s easy to make a misstep when you can’t see where your feet are going. If you’ve ever stumbled on the stairs at night or worse, you know what I’m talking about. That’s why Solid Signal offers this unique LED stair light. It makes for easy foot travel inside and outside your home. But I have to stop writing in this format because…

“…People Like Lists!”

At least that’s what Ernest, one of my coworkers, believes. During an interdepartmental meeting, the subject of my blog posts came up. He turned to me and said, “You should put things in a list. People like lists.” I looked at him and said, “When you’re right, you’re right.” The simple truth is that people DO like lists because they don’t have to hunt and peck to find the information they’re looking for.

I’m the kind of person who tries to take good advice to heart. That’s why I was happy to listen to Ernest instead of laughing at him or calling him a “know-it-all.” Most importantly, this blog is for our readers just like YOU. And if you want information presented in a list, I owe it to you to deliver that list. So, without any further ado, here are the 10 reasons you need this LED stair light from Solid Signal:

1. It Helps Keep You Safe

It features three built-in LED lights to help keep you from tripping and falling.

2. Long-Lasting LED Light

The LED light can last up to 30,000 hours, which is 10+ years when using for eight hours per day.

3. It Turns on Automatically

The lights in the device turn on when motion is detected, i.e., you walking up or down the stairs.

4. Battery-Saving Technology

It features a built-in sensor that makes sure that the light ONLY turns on when it’s dark.

5. More Energy-Saving Technology

The light turns itself off after 30 seconds, which saves battery life.

6. Easy Installation

You can mount this light to your stairs using screws or the simple peel-and-stick option.

7. Perfect for Outdoor Stairs

This LED stair light is weather resistant. Install it on those patio or garage steps with confidence.

8. Great for Indoor Use, Too

Since this stairwell light is so easy to install, you can use it inside your home, too. That means no more slip-and-falls in the middle of the night!

9. Sleek, Modern Design

It’s the stairwell lighting that easily fits in with any home’s décor, inside or out.

10. Two-Pack Option

Solid Signal offers this useful LED stair light in an affordable two-pack. (We know that some people might need more than one light to stay safe.)

Before You Order Your Stair Light…

…You need to read this. It’s another list I put together about this stairwell lighting. It’s just a few things you need to know about the product so there are no surprises when it shows up at your home or office. I listed it for you because Ernest is right. People do like them because it makes it easy to find the information. Here are some things to know about this stair light:

  1. This LED stair light uses 3 AAA batteries. (Not included.)
  2. These batteries aren’t included.
  3. This step light’s body and shade are made of plastic.
  4. Product dimensions: 3” L x 1.5” W x 3” H
  5. Get This LED Stair Light from Solid Signal

Our online inventory is stocked with this motion sensor stair light and other products that you need. And if you have questions, our team is here to answer them on your schedule. And if you need installation advice after the sale, we’re experts at making that happen. Just give us a call at 888-233-7563. You can also fill out the form below and send it to us.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.