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Old 04-09-2019, 10:40 AM   #1
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I've been getting a lot of requests for landscape lighting lately. I have been using the Luminiz 12v stuff because thats what my supplier sells. It's decent and cheap but have had a few call backs for failures in the past. Wondering what the rest of you prefer.
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I've been installing Kichler... But that's because when it comes to fixtures we get the client to pick what they want.

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Is that the Lowes stuff? Hows the quality?
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Is that the Lowes stuff? Hows the quality?
We don't get it from blowes, we get it from a supply house/wholesaler. Kitchler makes a ton of stuff, and it's pretty high end... at least the stuff I've installed.

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Iíll 2nd kichler
Itís good stuff, but Iíve also only used the higher end stuff.


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You mean thereís something besides these strung between broken hockey sticks?
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High end stuff....

http://www.coppermoon.com/products/

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Did you know they have a sister company Amp lighting that only sells to contractors? It's similar products for a slightly better price and customers can't shop you because they don't have prices on their website.

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