I am starting a renovation. The property has many date palms we have found the 25 watt par bulbs to give the "best" effect for this client. They are all in lawn areas so we plan to put them in recessed wells. The wells have the potential to fill with water during a monsoon storm. What do you do to keep from tripping breakers at this point? I know the pars are suspended up off the ground inside the well but I also know these wells have been filled many times before during storms. It would be really embarrassing to do this big renovation and have the system shut down at the first big storm. Does anyone have a copper product that can keep the roots from filling the wells from the bottom or crushing them from the outside? The fixtures we are replacing are bullets in recessed wells and many of them are encased by palm roots so tightly that we will probably ruin the fixtures trying to get them out and some of the wells are oval shaped because of the roots. I know roots will not touch copper so I imagine someone has a product to spray on to prohibit root growth?