recessed sofit fixture?

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Pro-Scapes, Jun 14, 2007.

  1. Pro-Scapes

    Pro-Scapes LawnSite Platinum Member
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    Anyone got any idea on a fixture for recessed mounting if soffits ? Should be black in color per homeowners request and highest of quality.

    Hopefully someone has some experience with this.
     
  2. Eden Lights

    Eden Lights LawnSite Senior Member
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  3. Mike M

    Mike M LawnSite Bronze Member
    from usa
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    Now that's architectural lighting. It's an upside well light. A lot less glare. Talk about separating yourself from the competition.

    I suppose you don't need to use the line voltage/transformer.
     
  4. NiteTymeIlluminations

    NiteTymeIlluminations LawnSite Senior Member
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  5. Lightscapes

    Lightscapes LawnSite Member
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    Nightscaping makes a fixture, not coincidentally, called the "soffitliter", which is available in all of their colors. Part number RD-0404.
     
  6. NiteTymeIlluminations

    NiteTymeIlluminations LawnSite Senior Member
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    what bulb is nightscaping putting in that fixture now adays?
     
  7. Lightscapes

    Lightscapes LawnSite Member
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    LO93 is standard, but Nightscaping will customize sockets/lamps to suit your design requirements.
     
  8. Eden Lights

    Eden Lights LawnSite Senior Member
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    Real world application, This was a retrofit job and the steps and columns couldn't be illuminated very easily. You can see the three cans and trims just in front of the cedar beam.

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  9. NiteTymeIlluminations

    NiteTymeIlluminations LawnSite Senior Member
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    Very nice, very nice
     
  10. Chris J

    Chris J LawnSite Silver Member
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    Eden,
    Very nice. Is the supply wire fed from the ground and somehow hidden? Could you give some detail on how you accomplished hiding the supply wire?
    I'd like to do more of this type of lighting, but it always seems to be almost impossible to hide the wire, and get it to where it needs to go.
     

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