<VV> New Garage - Lighting

Norman C. Witte ncwitte at wittelaw.com
Mon Oct 24 09:22:12 EDT 2005

Jim, one idea I had for UNDER a hoist is to put outdoor duty in-ground
floodlights on a dimmer down the center of your hoist bay.  This would give
you the ability to light the bottom of the car effortlessly.

Here are some options:


These are called "well lights" if you are doing research.

Norm Witte

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> Subject: <VV> New Garage - Lighting
> I am in the process of building a garage to store and work on my
> vehicles.  I will be 50' x 64' with 13' from floor to bottom
> of trusses
> and will be clear span.  I am looking for comments and
> recommendations as to the best lighting to install.  I want to keep
> the lights even with the bottom of the trusses.  The walls will be
> drywalled (sheet rocked) and the ceiling will be left open.
> Thanks for any and all comments and recommendations.
> Jim V.
> 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Spyder Convertible
> http://www.angelfire.com/mi2/jrvvehicles
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