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Posted by Brian (Tankless) Wood on January 5th, 2001 12:45 PM
In reply to blown in insulation by bc on January 5th, 2001 12:29 PM [Go to top of thread]

Great reponse BC. Hi Bruce. Happy new year.
The cheapie lights would be better dicarded, and replaced with flourescent fixtures. They are cheaper to operate, the tubes last longer, and you get better widespread light also. No insulation problems either!
I've had lot's of experience, flourescent is better.
Good luck buddy.
P.S. Also hang the flourescents a few inches down from the ceiling. It allows air to circulate around them and prolong the life of the ballasts.

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