View Full Version : Finished project, using all CAST LED

11-06-2011, 11:51 AM
Hey everyone, its been awhile!
Anyway here are some pictures of a job we just completed. I dont have any night shots yet ( I guess for the lighting forum, thats kind of the whole point, sorry!) anyway this was a really fun job. We used 24 CAST engineered wall light LEDs, 10 CAST new orleans pathlight LEDs as well as some well lights, bullets, etc. We als
o used the remote control system which we put the lights on 3 zones, and made the job very custom. I have used many lights, and the CAST are by far superior. Sometimes when the customer see's the price per fixture they are a little shocked, but when they hold one of these lights, they understand.

I will update with night shots ASAP


11-06-2011, 11:52 AM

11-06-2011, 04:00 PM
Beautiful project - nicely done. Can't wait to the nighttime pics. (see personal message)

11-06-2011, 05:12 PM
Thanks Steve

11-09-2011, 07:29 PM
Looks like an amazing place to bbq.

Really like the pavers/ whatever you used for the floor. Is that stamped concrete?

What was on the house an awning or deck? Either way that ledger board/awing mount area needs to be cleaned up. Looks very messy. Also that romex line hanging on the wall looks sloopy.

How far away is that path light from the edge of the pool?

Imho I think the cast under wall lights are very large and the cast brass clashes with the color of bricks and countertop. I would have opted for larger overhang on counters or smaller fixture.

Also upgrade those big box store fixtures on the house

Other then those minor things fantastic job all around (landscaping/hardscaping/lighting)

11-10-2011, 08:16 PM

The house itself I think had a Attached sunroom. The home is currently adding a garage to the (left side of picture) Then the home is being sided. (They took pictures from a house in Avalon, NJ and the architech and builder are matching the home to that, so the lights, etc on back obviously are going to change. They are also adding a front porch and pergola to the front corner. The romex is there for a future TV after the siding is up.