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  • LarryFine
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    Originally posted by PaulMmn View Post
    1 light, centered above the door.
    Gee, I wish I had said that ('way back in post #2 ()).

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  • nickelec
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    No plans on covered porch at the moment

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  • MAC702
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    You should know better than to post a pic and only expect comments about YOUR question!

    And if I hadn't asked, I would have missed the planks below and closer to the house, and now see the ladders as shelves. Thanks! I just knew there had to be something I was missing.

    As for the light, I think you are already served by the central location, unless you need something switched at the door, and that isn't able. If you are doing a covered porch, then I'd go with a light inside of that, instead of on the house wall.

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  • PaulMmn
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    Originally posted by nickelec View Post
    No they were using those as a shelf for materials they had the aluminum ones , lol does anyone have an actual opinion of if I should put a light by the door Im starting to think not

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    1 light, centered above the door.

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  • nickelec
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    Originally posted by MAC702 View Post
    Extension ladders used as planks?
    No they were using those as a shelf for materials they had the aluminum ones , lol does anyone have an actual opinion of if I should put a light by the door Im starting to think not

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  • MAC702
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    Extension ladders used as planks?

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  • Knuckle Dragger
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    I thought that at first too.
    It may be an optical illusion they seem to be on lined up properly on the clapboard.

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  • Fulthrotl
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    Originally posted by hbiss View Post
    What's that all the way up under the eves in the soffit? Looks like two recessed lights??

    -Hal
    they aren't the same distance from the crown of the roof.
    not that i'm bein' fussy or nuffin....

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  • PaulMmn
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    I'm curious about the house itself-- it appears that the right side was shaved off, but they kept the original roof line!

    I agree that there should be 1 light centered above the door(s).

    Or, possibly, 3 lights using those blocks half-way up the house.

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  • ggunn
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    Originally posted by Cow View Post
    How is anyone, including you, supposed to get any work done with all the construction debris laying around?
    That's what I was thinking. Ankle breakers all over the place.

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  • Besoeker3
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    Sorry folks - I only do heavy opinion...........

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  • nickelec
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    The siding guy is going to put a peice of azak in that's pace between the window and door I'm thinking just put one light there

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  • nickelec
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    Originally posted by Frank DuVal View Post
    I was just wondering who will ever change those soffit lights?
    There LEDs so hopefully I don't have to worry about it for a few years,

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  • Frank DuVal
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    I was just wondering who will ever change those soffit lights?

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  • romex jockey
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    so 4 or 5 lights....seems to be everywhere we go.

    kitchens that used to have one light, maybe a second sink light, are now designed with UC, in Cab, .....Bathrooms have vanity, shower, toliet, OH, F/L/NL.....i'm doing a bar w/led rope's (light up the top shelf), razors, minitracks....

    b-b-but...they're efficient!

    ~RJ~

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