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Old 10-03-2013, 10:02 AM
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6x6 deck post lights, looking for a reasonable price?

Now that my deck is structurally done, I need to add about 15 of the 6x6 solar powered post cap lights but everything I see is priced in that $30 range. I am not looking for anything fancy, just a cap metal cap that I can paint to match my other outside lights with 4 small panes of glass and the solar cell.

If anyone has a good source suggestion let me know.
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Old 10-03-2013, 10:16 AM
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I found some at that Playground down the street for about $30 but they were a 4-pack. I just checked their web site to be sure and the closet store than has any in stock is in Wyoming.

http://www.menards.com/main/lighting...495-c-7541.htm

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Old 10-03-2013, 10:24 AM
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Now that my deck is structurally done, I need to add about 15 of the 6x6 solar powered post cap lights but everything I see is priced in that $30 range. I am not looking for anything fancy, just a cap metal cap that I can paint to match my other outside lights with 4 small panes of glass and the solar cell.

If anyone has a good source suggestion let me know.
I've done a lot of exterior lighting, both electric and solar at our house and at our lake cabin. Best advice I can give you is you get what you pay for. Cheap solar lites are a waste of money. Much better to pay a little more now than to throw away the cheap one after they fail.

BTW, I've really enjoyed your house building threadand check on it frequently. I retire
in 18 months and hopefully will be rebuilding our lake house.
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