Hey all. Long time no see. Well, I see to be finally getting a decent amount of calls about lamps going out finally. Since I really just started to get into lighting a few years ago, I haven't had a lot of calls for this in the past. This got me thinking that it's definitely time to establish some sort of service contract for the lighting systems we install. The dilemma I have is this; Do we replace every lamp each visit? Or just the ones that are out? I realize there's other maintenance to do at this time too. But in regards to just the lamp replacement, what do you all do? It would be fairly expensive to replace every lamp each visit. Not to mention wasteful. The brand I use most of the time is Unique and at least with their path lights, they have a Xelogen lamp that is said to last about 3 years at the amount we use them here. Plus, they're more expensive than regular halogen lamps. So replacing them every 3 or 6 months would just be a total waste. Plus, that's a huge selling point I use is that our lamps last so long. So if they last so long, why would the customer need me to switch them all out every visit? On the other hand, if I don't switch them out every visit, we could have lamps go out the next week and have to go back. That costs someone money - probably the customer. So that's not so good. So it seems to me either we do inexpensive visits every 3 months, where we just replace what's out and do some cleaning up and straightening of the other light fixtures. Or we come out just once a year for one expensive visit and replace every single lamp. What do you think?