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How to Install Low-Voltage Outdoor Lighting

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Learn how to design and install outdoor low-voltage lighting; includes details on walkway lights, deck lights and spot lights.

Ron's mobile workshop heads down the Florida coast to St. Augustine, North America's oldest community settled by Europeans. In the cool, wooded suburbs Ron meets Louie Bartoletti, a golf course designer who spends much of his time creating some of America's most challenging fairways. Louie has asked Ron to help him with an outdoor lighting project. The two of them figure out what they will need for the project and then they get to work.

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