Source for Good Info.

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by 1BadHawk, May 25, 2005.

  1. 1BadHawk

    1BadHawk LawnSite Member
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    How about some links to sites with good info on landscape lighting.

    Perhaps, sources of reliable informoation on installation, types, tips, and supplies for necessary, tools, and equipment.

    Ive been thinking about getting into landscape lighting installation, and would like to try it on my yard frist to see what all is involved but at this point I really dont know anything about it.
  2. salopez

    salopez LawnSite Senior Member
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    If you need some help designing let me know. Working in the lighting industry for 5 years. Talk the guys over at Rexels they are good. low voltage lighting easy to put in. the only hard part is if you want to hard wire into the house.
  3. SamIV

    SamIV LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 324

    A great source for low voltage lighting is Have not found anything that comes close. Not too much traffic there but even the old post's have good info. Hopefully one day this site will
    will offer the same information.

  4. SamIV

    SamIV LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 324

    Hey salopez

    If you have been in the industry for 5 years you must have found fixtures that you love and fixtures that you just don't like. Why do you like or dislike the product. Are you stuck on a certain brand. Your insight could be very helpful.

    Sam IV
  5. salopez

    salopez LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 271

    I am a big fan of Hinkley lighting, and some the new Hunter stuff is nice. Baldwin for line voltage stuff. There is lots out there, depends on the style you are looking for and how much you want to spend. Malibu and Paridise are good starter sets.
  6. SamIV

    SamIV LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 324

    Thanks for the reply salopez. I mainly install copper, brass, or bronze fixtures.
    Last few installs have been with Cast lighting. Also use FX, a few SPJ fixtures, and some Vista sealed in-grounds occasionally. Here on the coast I can't install aluminum. Looks like the Hinkley is mainly aluminum. Don't do any line voltage.

    By the way, when you run low voltage into a house, do you use conduit for the low voltage wiring. Some say NEC requires it and others say no.

  7. Frog Lights  LLC

    Frog Lights LLC LawnSite Member
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    We are a sponsor of LawnSite. I am a manufacturer importer of landscape lighting. It would be my pleasure to help you in anyway that I could. We have an exciting line of products and offer special prices to members of 20 % off contractor wholesale, Free shipping except wire and transformers. MR 16 bulbs 2/$3.
    We have solid brass, stainless steel, underwater lights, LED lights, and much more coming in. We have a lot of items that are new on the market. Come swim with the big frogs.
  8. arosewag

    arosewag LawnSite Member
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    How do we get the special pricing? I'd like to try out a fixture or two.
  9. Frog Lights  LLC

    Frog Lights LLC LawnSite Member
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    Give us a call 1 800 930-1670
  10. cedarcroft

    cedarcroft LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 442

    HI, noobie here on the site. I like the idea of incorporating lighting into my planting and hardscape jobs. can you help with some design questions etc?

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