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Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Using free solar energy at home can reduce your utility bills, lower your carbon footprint, and increase the value of your property. Solar Lights & More brings the power, convenience, and money-saving benefits of solar energy into your home with with solar tubular skylights, solar pool heating, solar water heaters, and solar attic fans. We're happy to serve homeowners in Gainesville, Springhill, Clermont, The Villages, and elsewhere in North Central Florida.
From Gainesville (north), take I-75 S to exit 352 for FL-40 toward Ocala/Sliver Springs. Turn right onto FL-40 W at the end of the ramp, then turn left onto SW 52nd Ave. in 1.2 miles, just before the Ocala International Commerce building. Take your second right onto SW 6th Pl. to find us on your left in 0.4 miles, just before the intersection of SW 6th Pl. and SW 75th Ave.
From Wildwood (south), take I-75 N to Ocala; get off at exit 352 for FL-40 and turn left onto FL-40 W/W Silver Springs Blvd. Turn left onto SW 52nd Ave. in 1.2 miles, continuing for 0.4 miles to take your second right onto SW 6th Pl. Solar Lights Inc. will be on your left in 0.4 miles.
Ocala International Airport
College of Central Florida
Market Street At Heath Brook
Pine Oaks of Ocala Municipal Golf Course
Ocala took its name from the historical village of Ocale or Ocali, which was populated by the Timucua Native Americans of Northern and Central Florida. The village is mentioned as early as 1539 by Spanish explorers; however, the modern city of Ocala was not established until 1846.
Throughout the 20th century, Ocala grew to become one of the most recognized thoroughbred horse capitals in the world. It is one of only five such cities in the world allowed to use this title. Modern-day Ocala is located in Florida's Marion County, and is home to nearly 60,000 people.
Ocala Public Resources
City of Ocala
Marion County Public Library System
Ocala Police Department
Ocala/Marion County Chamber & Economic Partnership