By Ed Trauth from Jackson Hole, WY on January 7, 2015
I am looking to install these lights on the stair riser. The stairs will be tiled and I'm seeking a trim less light so the tile can be cut to the light opening. Any concerns with my plan (i.e., ability to service after installation if tile is installed in this manner)?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 7, 2015
Answer:It's much more difficult to remove/replace tile than spackling paste if you do have to service one of the lights, so yes, I would be concerned about that or at least be prepared for the possibility by saving extra tile.
By Don from El Paso, TX on January 7, 2015
Answer:Of course you need access in case of the need to do any service that can't be done from the front directly into the light fixture itself. Because this is an LED fixture the chances of you needing to do that are hugely diminished as you will probably never need to replace the light source. However if you are worried because this is tile let's say for example you're going to place the opening in a 12x12 tile just set the tile if possible on a corresponding wood sub strait the same size of the tile and then grout the entire assembly so it is removable in case you need access at a future date. If this is not possible then purchase replacement tile that you can replace in case you need to breakout the tile holding the assembly. Choose the method that best suites your install. Hope this was of help.