Title: shower lighting
Post by: Earl on November 10, 2011, 04:32:48 PM
i recently saw something on TV and am doing a bathroom. this is low voltage lights that go on itself when you go near it. it get installed in the wall of a shower and has a few of them in between the tile in the shower wall. do you know what i am talking about. i thought i heard led or LCD or something. thanks your help. i am somewhat concerned due to water and water getting into the walls. how you change bulbs and danger. really looks nice and if i can find it will consider it. but not looking for trouble. also need lights above mirror do you have that. am i better off with a light that faces up or down? i do not know. do they have daylight light lights for bathroom or is it just the bulbs. i need to get ventilation fan also etc. thanks
Title: Re: shower lighting
Post by: Jennifer on November 11, 2011, 05:25:11 PM
We have not seen that commercial and it doesn't sound like a product we have come across for testing yet.
We would have the same concerns as you do. Are they water tight, are they UL listed, are they rated for a wet location, how do you relamp if a bulb goes out, can they handle the heat of the steam shower, etc.
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