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Topic # 182469 17-Oct-2015 07:21
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Our new house is to have schist pillars at the front entry and a schist chimney. We would like to install some upward facing spotlights but my electrician has flagged this as 'a pretty big job, mate' and that I should do my own homework (read: absolve himself if something goes wrong). Can anyone with experience recommend a lamp suitable for flush mounting in concrete, with a narrow beam, that won't fill up with condensation?

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  Reply # 1408170 17-Oct-2015 11:36
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HUNZA.co.nz specialise in outdoor lighting for things like this. They manufacture and can put you in touch with a supplier.




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  Reply # 1408195 17-Oct-2015 12:29
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Thanks, email sent.

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  Reply # 1408263 17-Oct-2015 15:46
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Some councils/subdivisions have regs regarding upward facing lights/light pollution, something else to think about...

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