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Old 04-20-2012, 06:06 PM   #1
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I need between 13 and 14 ft of cove lighting. Have not installed since the 80's. Back then we used flouresent lights butted together. What is everybody using today?
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Old 04-20-2012, 07:36 PM   #2
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Try looking up LED cove lighting.Google can be your best friend sometimes.
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+1 for the LED lighting, def the way to go now. LEDs are available in warm white, cool white and of course colors.
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I have used this company before and they are legit.
www.ecolightled.com
I use the modules, rather than the strips. Easier IMHO. The 4 led modules are quite bright and you can get them in a 20' length. Call them to get better "dealer" pricing. You can find cheap stuff on Amazon or Google, but I am hesitant to buy electrical products from someone with no customer service or company info.
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