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We are building a pool. Any recommendations for lighting the birdcage?

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We have multicolor LEDs strips installed on all of the arched beams, this gives us the capability to celebrate various holidays by using different color schemes. I cannot recommend an installer as I did these myself.
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We are building a pool. Any recommendations for lighting the birdcage?

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We had black lanterns placed on the pillars. They are on three separate switches.
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Electric is good, but always consider placement. Accidents can happen

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When we are using the pool we prefer to only use the underwater LED pool lights. If we are just hanging out at night we use small portable battery operated LED camping type lights. The lights are water resistant, easy to move around and the batteries last a very long time with LED technology.
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