In the world of OT's, the eating of pets by wild animals with a subject line of
"Neighbours Glaring Floodlights" must rank up there with the best of them. :-)
Returning to topic, I had a similar problem myself when new neighbours moved in
and decorated the back of their house with 12GW floodlights (seemed like that
anyway). These lights shone into our living room, After a few days I went
around, introduced myself and tried as politely as possible to say about the
lights [They told you to pi** off and a fight ensued? Ed]. No, actually they did
listen and next day the bloke was up his ladder adjusting the lights - which I
Regarding these lights, I think they are very badly designed from the point of
view of shielding excess light. There is usually no cowling etc that can be used
to limit the light spread and to be fair is really can be difficult to a) see
what exactly is being illuminated b) adjust the thing to illuminate the area you
want. B&Q are U listening?
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