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Expensive is good. This is the kind of thing interior designers can sell. I have forwarded the link. Thanks, Dennis :) .
 

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Even though it was probably right under my nose.... are the receptacles tamper-resistant?

Only other concern might be height of receptacles.

Pete
 

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I'm not a fan of "puck lights".. the ones I have seen did a lousy job of lighting the countertop....

I always use Kichler Xenon strips that have low.... high... off rocker switch...

Anyone use puck lights and are happy with the light distribution??

 

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It looks like a nice idea, I don't see it replacing the good ol' GFCI and switches on the wall. Bet most of those pricey homes will start to come with this spec'd.
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Even though it was probably right under my nose.... are the receptacles tamper-resistant?

Only other concern might be height of receptacles.

Pete

Le Grand makes wiremold and it is TR so I can't imagine this is not. Looks like you can even put gfci receptacles in place
 

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I'm not a fan of "puck lights".. the ones I have seen did a lousy job of lighting the countertop....

I always use Kichler Xenon strips that have low.... high... off rocker switch...

Anyone use puck lights and are happy with the light distribution??

I still like these but the LED strips (Rab for example) have great distribution. Pucks are for hockey.
 

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I used to use xenon fixtures but now I use the Halo LED strips. They give great light
 
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