Choose from a Variety of Recessed Lighting Options
Recessed lighting is a popular lighting option because these lights are seamless and versatile. Because their installation requires extensive wiring, hiring a skilled professional from an electrical service and HVAC contractor like Parham Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electric, LLC is advised.
Recessed lights are made of two main components: the housing and the trim. The housing is the component that fits into the ceiling, wall, or ground, and it contains a light source, mounting, and other electrical parts. The trim is a visible, aesthetic component that can direct the beam of light.
Contact Parham Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electric, LLC if you’d like to discuss recessed lighting options for your Trenton home with an experienced electrical service and HVAC contractor.
Advantages of Recessed Lighting
- Pure Illumination – If you aren’t looking for lighting options with bulky fixtures, then recessed lighting is the perfect choice for you because these lights provide illumination without involving visible fixtures.
- Waterproof Sealed Units – Because recessed lighting is sealed, your electrical service and HVAC contractor can install it in areas with excess moisture, such as shower stalls and outdoor spaces.
- Well-Suited for Low Ceilings – Recessed lighting is often used in room with low ceilings because large light fixtures aren’t practical in these settings.
- Timeless Style – Unlike other lighting types, recessed lighting is rather classic, and it translates well in rooms with any interior design style.
- Total Room Coverage – Recessed lighting can be arranged strategically around a room so that the entire area is illuminated sufficiently.
Recessed Lighting Types
- On the Ceiling – Most common location for recessed lighting
- In the Ground – Typically used in outdoor applications to illuminate pathways or uplight landscaping features
- On the Walls – Best used with an angled flange to direct the light downward and brighten steps or pathways
Where Should You Install Recessed Lighting?
If you’re thinking about installing recessed lighting in your Trenton home, consider having your electrical service and HVAC contractor place recessed lights in the following areas:
- Above Kitchen Counters
- In Shower Stalls
- In Home Theaters
- Above Kitchen Islands