Do you have a Yard shed that is too far away from your house to run electricity to it? Looking for an easy quick way to get light in a shed without breaking the bank and getting it done in a weekend? This is the project for you. I have been planning on doing this upgrade and had the video taken but just now got around to editing and posting. This is an easy job and can make your yard shed shine bright at night! If you have any questions please leave them in the comments below. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe!

Supplies Used:

Solar Panel Kit – Nature Power Solar Panel Power Kit — 110 Watts, Model# 53110 –
Battery – Intimidator 8AU1 Group U1 AGM Battery – Southwire 6-ft-Gauge-Conductor
Non-metallic Liquid tight A/C Whip Kit –
Electrical Box – Indoor/Outdoor –
Adamax 10-ft 14-Gauge Electro-galvanized Half Slot Channel Strut –
Adamax 3/8-in Straight Strut Nut –


Tools used:

Work Gloves – CAT Touchscreen –
Tape Measure – 25’ Craftsman –
Marker – Milwaukee Inkzall –
Speed Square – Johnson Level & Tool –
Angle Grinder – Craftsman 20v –
Drill & Impact – Craftsman 20v –
Klein Wire Stripper –

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I have been doing woodworking since I was in high school (a while) and I also enjoy making 3D projects and general projects so the videos I post will be basically what projects I have going on and how I go about getting them done.
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