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Lanai Lights - A bright idea for outdoor living
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Old 07-20-2012, 01:32 AM
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LANAI LIGHTS

Lanai Lights enhances your outdoor living spaces with a bright, attractive and
affordable light source. Lanai Lights, innovative and patented, the first lighting system specifically
designed for screen enclosures. Lanai Lights also works on Decks, Patios, Docks, Fences, Posts
and more. Lanai Lights, the only lanai lighting solution on the market!!!



• Patented design you’ll find nowhere else!
• Versatile! Use on decks, fences, balconies & much more
• Original Incandescent or
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• Professional installation assistance available
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• White or bronze to match standard screen enclosures
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:07 PM
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You may have seen Lanai Lights advertised on this website on the top banner. My wife and I recently had those installed on our lanai, and I must say that they exceed my expectations. These lights are beautiful. They have an understated, classy look, and put out a soft light that diffuses extremely well. They give your lanai a soft and relaxing ambiance that you'll love. These lights do not cast a harsh light, but are soft and cool and relaxing. They do not send a harsh glare across my lanai and create a bother for my neighbors, but really give it a nice illumination that sets a mood. I highly recommend these lights if you want to spend lots of time on your lanai. They come with a dimmer switch so that you can adjust that ambiance, and they also have a dawn to dusk setting if you want them to come on and off automatically.

I did have some issues with the installation, but these issues were with the installer and not the lights themselves. My installer made some mistakes that had to be fixed, but the lights themselves are incredibly beautiful and remarkably functional. Working with Sales Representative Don Gilmer was a pleasure. Give them a try. I think you'll love them.
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How big is your lanai and what is the "ballpark" cost of installing the new lights?
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Old 10-04-2012, 05:53 AM
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The lanai is a standard sized lanai for the IRIS model. No extension. I'm not exactly sure of the dimensions. The cost to install was skewed because the installer made errors that I had to hire someone else to fix. Needless to say, they have a new installer now. It also depends on the options you choose for installation. Cost would max out, for installation only, at around $500 maybe, but could be much less. The cost of the light system was around $300. I'd suggest you give them a call and have them come do an estimate. I'm pretty sure you'll love the look.
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What is the name of the company?
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The name of the company is Lanai Lights. The representative is Don Gilmer and his number is 877-818-8445. And no, I don't work for them! Just a happy customer. They have all sorts of configurations for every size lanai and they customize too.
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Looking at their web site install, they could have made a much cleaner look or install if they ran the wires and moldings on the outside of the bird cage????
That way you wouldn't see it at all.

For $60 at Lowes


HD has many take a look here

I would check all the options but look for dim-able LED's
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Hi,

The name of the company is Lanai Lights. We are on the web at lanailights.com We are a privately owned manufacturer located in Fort Myers.

Check out the website for contact info.

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Those lights are OK for downlighting a path, but Lanai Lights lights up the cage, not just your feet.

Also we come with a 2 year warranty and are MADE IN THE USA...the Lowes product??

Our product was designed for the Florida market by a Floridian and being an aviation grade polymer won't corrode in a year or two like those made of metals.

The Lowes product is good for it's purpose but we're not talking apples & apples. Lanai lights may cost more on the front end, but the versatility and quality of the system has a definite cost/benefit advantage over mass merchant products.

Cheers,
Don

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