Got another relatively small problem with the "problem" house.
The ex-EC left us with octagonal boxes in the shower stalls... the stalls are tiled, and enclosed in glass. The only thing I know of acceptable is recessed cans with wet-location-listed trims on GFCI protection...
Any ideas out there? We're gonna have to cut tile for recessed cans, aren't we....
[This message has been edited by sparky66wv (edited 07-15-2002).]
-Virgil Residential/Commercial Inspector 5 Star Inspections Member IAEI
The NEC does NOT prohibit surface mounted light fixtures in the shower area. Look at 410.4(D) as Blackhat mentioned above. As log as you install a fixture rated for wet locations it would be just as acceptable as a recessed fixture. The height restrictions only apply to cord-connected, hanging, tracks, pendants and paddle fans.
Re: The job that won't go away... Surface Mount Shower Lights? (snicker)#11563 07/16/0211:20 AM07/16/0211:20 AM
I'm with you caselec, and blackhat. I think the point that 66 is trying to make is, that it is not the "normal" thing to do. I think that you will agree that most of the time shower lights are recessed can fixtures. They are in the residential applications that I've dealt with.
wageoghe, I didn't check your link, but my experience with lucifer lighting is that it is high dollar. I'm not saying that it isn't a good line of fixtures. Just get out your wallet.
Still snickering, Doc
The Watt Doctor Altura Cogen Channelview, TX
Re: The job that won't go away... Surface Mount Shower Lights? (snicker)#11564 07/16/0211:33 AM07/16/0211:33 AM