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VOLT Landscape Lighting 9-piece Path & Area Light Brass LED Starter Kit - $399

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Big fan, easiest install high quality
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Awesome quality stuff, love volt.
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This package seems to go on sale at least 4x a year. Always tempted to buy, but lose motivation when I think of having to figure way of running the wire under my driveway.
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Quote from JoeBlo1979 :
This package seems to go on sale at least 4x a year. Always tempted to buy, but lose motivation when I think of having to figure way of running the wire under my driveway.
I was in a similar situation, until I run my wires through the joint between garage door slab and driveway slab.

Covered it up with transparent silicone, all done
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I bought this on sale a few months ago, along with some additional fixtures. Overall it's a pretty straightforward install as long as you have a place to plug in the transformer and have a way to deal with any obstacles like sidewalks. I've been very pleased with the outcome, the house looks great with the new landscape lighting and we've received lots of compliments.
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This package seems to go on sale at least 4x a year. Always tempted to buy, but lose motivation when I think of having to figure way of running the wire under my driveway.
There's a kit you can buy that hooks up to a piece of PVC pipe and your garden hose; it allows you to blast water and make a hole underneath the slab.

It's a bit of work, but as long as you're able to dig two holes about 12"-18" deep on either side of the slab without much trouble, you should be able to get the pipe through easily. Once it's through, you cut off the kit, feed the wire through the remaining PVC, and bury it.
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Quote from JoeBlo1979 :
This package seems to go on sale at least 4x a year. Always tempted to buy, but lose motivation when I think of having to figure way of running the wire under my driveway.
Is it a concrete driveway?
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very rave reviews from people i spoke with who has this.

not an issue for my application but wouldve been a nice cherry on top if the transformer/control box was smart (wifi)

i guess if you have a zwave/zigbee/wifi outlet you can have that type of control
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I have old school, direct wire/no transformer pathway lights. What's the easiest way to switch to a plug-in system like this? Cut off the plug and splice in with the existing power cable?
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Is it a concrete driveway?
No, blacktop.
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Quote from thanatossassin :
There's a kit you can buy that hooks up to a piece of PVC pipe and your garden hose; it allows you to blast water and make a hole underneath the slab.

It's a bit of work, but as long as you're able to dig two holes about 12"-18" deep on either side of the slab without much trouble, you should be able to get the pipe through easily. Once it's through, you cut off the kit, feed the wire through the remaining PVC, and bury it.
I've seen some videos using this technique and also an attachment you can add to a drill for shorter distances. Volt actually has a video with process for a sidewalk which seems relatively simple, my driveway is wide enough for two SUV's with room to spare.
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Do they sell these cheaper in store?
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Quote from thanatossassin :
There's a kit you can buy that hooks up to a piece of PVC pipe and your garden hose; it allows you to blast water and make a hole underneath the slab.

It's a bit of work, but as long as you're able to dig two holes about 12"-18" deep on either side of the slab without much trouble, you should be able to get the pipe through easily. Once it's through, you cut off the kit, feed the wire through the remaining PVC, and bury it.
Link? Wonder how it works with a gravel/dirt driveway.
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Link? Wonder how it works with a gravel/dirt driveway
I'm confused, you are asking how to run wire under a gravel or dirt driveway? Don't you just dig a channel across the dirt, run a long galvanized pipe through the channel, run wire through the pipe, then just re-bury the channel? Digging under cement driveways, and asphalt driveways is the challenge.
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