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Remodelfla & Needsometips08 - Juno HELP!

Posted by BlackChamois (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 28, 12 at 16:09

I thought it may be best to start a new thread, however, the original is linked below.

I need some advice!

I had recessed cans installed in my kitchen, living room and hall. I had seen a demonstration of the juno alzak lights at a lighting store, but understood at the time that you had to get ALL Juno ... housing and trim ... and felt the cost was out of my budget.

Sooo... I went with some standard recessed cans and had planned to use the Ecosmart ones (which btw came highly recommended on the lighting forum).

Now that the Esosmarts are in, I think they are so glaring and so yellow!

So my question is ... do you think I can keep the existing cans and get the Juno Alzak trim? Can I salvage any of this? I can't afford to replace the housing ... out of budget and my contractor would kill me!
I have 4" cans (unsure of the brand - some may be Halo, but not sure all are), line voltage, IC (I believe, since this is a remodel).

What else do I need to know? Will this work? What bulbs would I use? 50w?

Any help is soo appreciated! Thanks!!!!

Here is a link that might be useful: Original thread

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