Triangle home renovation to include LED lights
NEW YORK — A New York City-area homeowner has spent more than $2,500 to renovate his one-story, three-bedroom house to include LEDs in the ceiling and lights in the windows and walls.
The renovation of the 6,600 square-foot house in the Catskill Mountains, which is about 20 miles northwest of New York, began in March, and the new fixtures have been installed, the New York Daily News reported.
According to the Daily News, the house was renovated by an artist who specializes in retro-inspired designs and who works for an insurance company.
Owner Mark Kostelnick said he paid $3,500 for the house, which has a two-car garage and a two bedrooms.
He also purchased a $5,000 roofing company and hired a landscape architect, who installed more than 60 LED lights in a space that was once a parking lot, the newspaper reported.
The owner said he would like to renovates the house again and make the house more livable.
Kostelnik told the Daily Nite that he would also like to install more lighting, and he has offered to make a deal with a company to install the LED lights.