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25 5" cans... 65w br30s

The guys a dr. I think he wants to operate on the island!



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It's nice when they want 50 cans in a 10'x10' kitchen.
Well, I wouldn't have. But if he paid you there is nothing else to be said.
Yup and paid to move most o them after approval on layout... Twice!
Yup and paid to move most o them after approval on layout... Twice!
Sounds like a customer I had once.
Took down and replaced the bedroom ceiling fan 4 days in a row until he found one he like.
It's nice when they want 50 cans in a 10'x10' kitchen.
Wish I did that to mine. It doesn't have enough cans:censored:
75W halogens would have blown him away.

They are hot and not energy efficient, but they really add pop.
Halogen PARs by far make recessed cans their most effective. LED PARs are starting to come close. I dont know why anyone bothers with type R lamps.
Halogen PARs by far make recessed cans their most effective. LED PARs are starting to come close. I dont know why anyone bothers with type R lamps.
Give the Westinghouse BR30 65w eco-halogens a try. You might change your mind.

I switched to PAR lamps a couple years ago during the change over and started using the Westinghouse BR30 eco's again within the past 6-12 months. It really is an excellent bulb for more spread/less harshness.
I'm all about the LED's these days.
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I'm all about the LED's these days.
It's a kitchen. I'm all about cri.
Halogen PARs by far make recessed cans their most effective. LED PARs are starting to come close. I dont know why anyone bothers with type R lamps.
The halogens burn so hot which is the most efficient lamp...led, or halogen?
LED, but effective and efficient arent the same thing
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