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Is Financing Available?

Yes, our special financing is offered through Mariner.

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How long does Trimlight last?

Trimlight comes with a Lifetime Product Warranty. The lifetime of Trimlight depends on how often it is being used. On average, Trimlight will last between 20-30 years (assuming it is only used during nighttime hours). If Trimlight is constantly left on day and night, it will significantly reduce the lifetime of the lights.

How does your Lifetime Product Warranty work?

Trimlight provides an industry-leading lifetime product warranty. This warranty covers any components of the Trimlight system for the life of those components. When used properly, the components in the Trimlight system should last 20 to 30 years. If the system is left on 24 hours per day, this greatly diminishes the lifetime of the product.

How much do they cost?

On average, for the front and some of the sides, Trimlight can cost between $2,500-$6,000. Prices vary depending on the linear footage of your roofline where you want the lights installed. Trimlight is very cost-effective, considering the system has a lifetime product warranty and will last decades.

How do they look during the day?

Trimlight’s patented channel system is designed to match the color of the roofline, blending in seamlessly to hide the wires from view. They lock the lights securely in place, and they are hardly noticeable during the day.

Are they HOA-approved?

Trimlight typically needs prior approval from HOAs. We have found that Trimlight is widely accepted by most HOAs. We have an HOA packet we can provide to show committee leaders how the Trimlight system works, that it is hidden during the day, programmable for specific holidays, and there are assurances that any repairs or maintenance issues will be resolved in a timely manner

Where does the controller box go?

Typically, the Trimlight control box is mounted on an interior wall that is accessible to you inside a garage or under a carport. The Trimlight system simply plugs into a regular outlet.

How much electricity do they use?

Trimlight uses exclusive LED technology, which is extremely energy efficient. Each diode uses .6 watts of power, meaning most homes Trimlight systems use less energy than 1-2 light bulbs. Trimlight uses 1/10 the energy of incandescent lights and lasts ten times longer.

If one light goes out, do they all go out?‍

The answer is sometimes. If the glitch or fault occurs within the RGB components, then it will only affect that light. The light may turn a different color or shut off completely. If the glitch or fault occurs within the data wire of the affected light, it may affect all the lights after it is in line. Either way, it is a quick and simple repair. Reach out to our team, and we will swap out the affected light, which will correct any issues.

What happens if a light goes out?

Trimlight comes with a lifetime product warranty. Simply reach out to our team and request to have the light replaced. You may or may not be charged a labor fee depending on your location, but the faulty product will be covered under warranty.

Do diodes fade in the sun?

Typically, LED diodes with lenses can become faded or damaged due to constant sun exposure over time. However, Trimlight’s residential lighting has no lens or covering; just the direct LED shows out of the channel, which means Trimlight LEDs will not fade, get cloudy, or become discolored over time like many other exterior LEDs. Furthermore, Trimlight residential LEDs face down and below the channel, which further protects them from constant sun exposure.

If I move, can I have the Trimlight system moved to my new home?

Unfortunately, you cannot have your existing Trimlight system removed and used again on another home. Trimlight is designed to be a permanent fixture in the home. The channel is specifically ordered to match the color, style, and footage of your existing home, so it would not meet the criteria to be utilized on another structure.